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Our council in (in)action

Original post made by Lloyd on Apr 10, 2009

From today's Weekly:

"City Council (April 6)

Council priorities: The council held a study session on the city's three priorities for 2009: economic health, environmental protection and civic engagement for the common good. Action: None"

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we are already into the 4th month of the year and they are still holding study sessions on "priorities" for the city. Also note what action was taken.
Any more questions about our council'e effectiveness and why we are in thepositionw e are in?

Comments (1)

Posted by resident, a resident of Adobe-Meadows
on Apr 10, 2009 at 1:47 pm

Well they did at least agree to raise electricity and water rates on everyone.


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