If this idea doesn’t work, at least the City could keep the drains clean? Not enough employees? Fire the Communication Director that doesn’t communicate and hire more Public Works! These pics are very close to downtown:
Yes, I do realize one pic repeats and repeats . . .
This is a comment just made by the person described below. BTW, What I have written aren’t “Nora’s talking points” they are my points. A reporter has no more right to come to my place of residence than you do. You say you will “shoot” me if I show up. Reporter and radio personalities showing […]
By: Diane Benjamin Unlike Bloomington who NEVER answers Freedom of Information Requests early and frequently extends them, Normal ALWAYS answers! I certainly don’t approve of how Normal operates financially, but Tari could learn transparency from the Town of Normal. Normal has never tried to hide anything they are doing. Yesterday I did a FOIA request for any […]
By: Diane Benjamin Since Bloomington’s Communications Director Nora Dukowitz decided to ask a judge to declare knocking on a door illegal, I decided to do a little research about her. It wasn’t difficult because I received her application to the City of Bloomington last month under the Freedom of Information Act. Nora also still has her resume […]
By: Diane Benjamin According to LaHood robo calls, early voting for the Primary to replace Aaron Schock starts tomorrow. LaHood didn’t show at his last scheduled event in Eureka, maybe he will show for this one. (http://cities929.blogspot.com/2015/05/lahood-no-show-at-gop-event-flynn.html) Don’t vote early until you have heard all 3 candidates. LaHood has already been in Washington having meetings […]
By: Diane Benjamin Most council meetings are scripted. The Mayor and City Manager take their favorite aldermen to lunch at your expense and brief them on how to vote. If the ONLY conservative on the council, Kevin Lower, says anything – nobody but citizens care. Expect the next 2 years to be filled with 8-1 votes. Besides Public Comment being part […]