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Mayor’s wish list of capital projects to face scrutiny

April 18, 2013

Hints are clear that a proposed plan to refinance city debt and float a $20 million bond issue to pay for multiple projects on Mayor Gabriel J. Campana’s wish list is going to face many hurdles....

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Apr-19-13 6:55 AM

wbf, are you really that dense?

I'm not saying Mayor Campana isn't in the wrong, I still think he's an idiot and frankly, is doing a terrible job. I'm just saying that the City Council needs to go too. I'll take pleasure in voted all these dumb m'fers out of office, INCLUDING Mayor Campana. Just because I apologized for the 'harshness' of my letter, doesn't mean I didn't mean 90% of what was in it. I'm not drinking anyone's political koolaid tyvm. But perhaps you should drink some cyanide flavored Koolaid. We might be better off without your dumba** snide comments.

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Apr-18-13 12:34 PM

Still drinking the mayors koolaid wes. I expect nothing less since your apology letter. Listen people the taxpayers pay for services for the city such as police,fire,and highway. Not for pet projects.

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Apr-18-13 11:20 AM

the mayor of towns and council of towns is just like the president and his cohorts. always a battle, always someone has to disagree. someone comes up with an idea, and someone else just has to shoot it down

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Apr-18-13 9:05 AM

I don't disagree with any of you but it doesn't change the fact that the City Council is as much the problem.

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Apr-18-13 8:55 AM

Mayors Chief Advisor, John Coder

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Apr-18-13 8:40 AM

Galumph-- same as always, he didn't want to be the bad guy, but he is.

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Apr-18-13 7:49 AM

Did he veto it, or did he just not want to be the bad guy?

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Apr-18-13 7:13 AM

Scrutinize all you want, the City Council should come under scrutiny too, after all it was THEM that raised property taxes, not the Mayor, the Mayor never signed off on it, but they didn't NEED his signature to pass it.

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