Not saying that he doesn't want them to succeed, but you can't tell me that he can be 100% dedicated to planning that success when he is busy building his own district. There is only so much time in the day, and if pressed, something directly affecting my residents would take priority over something that would indirectly affect them.
And that's just assuming that he really is a nice guy that just wants the best for everyone. What politician isn't?
Sounds like Mayor McDonald is going to have his hands full planning his municipal school system. How much quality time will that leave him to contribute to the transition team for a district that he hopes none of his constituents are forced to attend?
We should be able to replace him with someone who is dedicated to the success of the transition being planned.
How does the Ghost River 1887 IPA compare to Bosco's IPA?
I wonder if he bought that sign from the downtown sign business which left flyers all over my neighborhood advertising parking/no parking signs for BBQ fest. They were quick on the draw too...found the flyer on my door the day after the announcement.
I guess they didn't realize that the people interested in making money off parking had already been doing it for years!
Over the weekend, I noticed Kroger carries Jelly Belly flavored pudding cups.
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