Monday, August 27, 2012

Say It Ain't So

I have to wait until the WCTY archives log tonight's Metropolitan Development committee meeting.

It is being reported that that committee voted to push forward two new TIFs, AFTER the meeting was adjourned.  Worse - it was without public notice that this topic would be considered.

I await the tapes to see how much input was made in public, much less how many people got a chance to speak to the issues.

I had to be somewhere else tonight.  But you can be sure that I would have moved heaven and earth to be there if I knew these TIFs were to be manhandled into position.

More, once I can review the tapes.   If true, this is betrayal of the public trust.


Gary R. Welsh said...

The criminal activity taking place to buy votes of city councilors is beyond belief. It's far worse than Lincoln Plowman.

Paul K. Ogden said...

Wow. I tried to watch it. The video cuts out at the end. Then when they got ready to vote without Chairman Steve Tally, they cut the audio too.

Vop Osili was moving the proposal forward. He works with a firm that has an interest in the development. Unbelievable.