Update: City Attorney Jeff Jurgens just sent me a copy of the bill. Tari stayed for 5 nights: Marriott Receipt
By: Diane Benjamin
The hotel bill for Chris Koos at the US Conference of Mayors in Boston was : $1209.99
That bill included two charges from the hotel’s Champion Sports Bar and 3 nights stay.
Tari Renner went to the same conference. His hotel bill was $1888.45
That is $678.46 higher than Koos!
Of course I filed a FOIA request for the bill.
I received a response late Friday. FOIA_5_RESPONSE_18-07-0849
The bill was NOT included in the FOIA.
The response claims Tari stayed 4 nights, so unless he booked a more expensive room, that another $330 plus taxes. The response claims there were no charges for the Champion Sports Bar. That must mean the City has a copy of the bill.
Of course I’m not buying anything they say. I will get a copy of that bill even if it means another lawsuit.
To prove the US Conference of Mayors is a left-wing group partying at your expense, these are some of the resolutions they passed in Boston:
In Support of Climate Resiliency https://www.usmayors.org/the-conference/resolutions/?category=c9171&meeting=86th%20Annual%20Meeting
Weather can’t accurately be forecast, but climate change can.
Support Public and Affordable Housing Initiatives https://www.usmayors.org/the-conference/resolutions/?category=c9143&meeting=86th%20Annual%20Meeting
Of course more of your money is needed to house people priced out of housing. Maybe these mayors should quit passing taxes and resolutions that make housing unaffordable. That isn’t in the resolution however.
Oppose HHS’ Proposed Regulation Entitled “Protecting Statutory Conscience Rights in Health Care; Delegations of Authority”
This resolution supports violating the rights of those who believe abortion is murder!
This resolution supports new gun laws, of course banning “military-style assault weapons”.
These are just a few of the resolutions passed at this conference.
You can search the others by committee here: https://www.usmayors.org/the-conference/adopted-policies/adopted-policies-86th-annual-meeting/