By: Diane Benjamin
Since citizens with sewage in their basements only show up at Bloomington Council meetings, the ones’ in Normal have to pay to stop it from happening themselves. Normal passed budgeting a whopping $25,000 so they could pay up to $5000 per house to install something called Overhead Sewers. If more than 5 citizens want to “cost-share”, they might add more money to the pot.
How about separating storm water and sewers Normal? Too busy fleecing an overpass?
Stan Nord had the comment of the night, listen to the whole thing. The answer to his question was “sewer funds”.
Proving yet again Chris Koos is a tyrant that doesn’t care what citizens think:
Because of Koos’ ridiculous public comment policy, this lovely lady below had to sit through hours of babbling just to give her comment. Since she wasn’t speaking to an agenda item and wasn’t brave enough to break the rules, she couldn’t comment until the end:
One more public comment from Koos’ conga line – the head of the Economic Development Council. Since Patrick Hoban’s funding comes from government, he has to tow the government line. He’s all in on the underpass because ISU students want more festivals and it will lead to economic development. (Maybe he hasn’t noticed 1 Uptown Circle and all the other empty Uptown spaces)