By: Diane Benjamin
Take a trip down memory lane:
Chris Koos had been driving a 2012 Mitsubishi owned by the Town of Normal. Of course that means taxpayers owned it: https://blnnews.com/2021/03/10/koos-car/
Instead of putting government plates on it that only require one payment, the Town paid for plates every year just like you do.
Read the link above, Koos paid very little in additional compensation to drive the taxpayers owned Mitsubishi.
All of the above brings me to yesterday: Chris Koos has a Rivian sitting in his driveway. h/t more than 1 reader who say it!
It doesn’t have GOV plates, just like the Mitsubishi Koos formerly drove:
Have fun with this poll:
Just hit play to hear the discussion when buying 2 Rivians was on the agenda. Koos and Reece implied these would be FLEET vehicles, not a Koos personal vehicle. He needs to say at the next meeting whether this vehicle has been assigned to him or if he bought one himself. Karyn Smith proves why she needs removed, don’t miss her TWO speeches. Koos admits on this video HE authorized putting deposits down on 2 vehicles. Koos also claims it isn’t a luxury vehicle, just expensive. At no time during this discussion was it stated taxpayers were buying a Rivian for Koos. I wonder who gets the second one?
If this is a Town owned vehicle, how much is Koos paying to use it? It better be a lot since it cost around $70,000. Keep reading below.
72% of all cobalt in batteries is mined in the Congo with SLAVE labor under extremely hazardous conditions. Listen to this podcast if facts matter: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3ZBdeZLitzqNPBbvv9QIEz?si=7l_rHY7ZSoi-JGPF3WaHKQ&nd=1
You only need to listen to the first 15 minutes, I listened to the whole thing. Luckily not a Joe Rogan usual 3 hours!
Isn’t Mboka Mwilambwe from the Congo?