By: Diane Benjamin
I’m betting Chris Koos won’t be installing a super-charger at his house to charge the Rivian.
He can charge it for free in the parking garage next to his Town office. If necessary he can leave it there and walk to his bike shop.
This story has a list of other FREE electricity chargers courtesy of taxpayers: https://blnnews.com/2022/04/07/making-evs-affordable-free-electricity/
If taxpayers mattered Normal could sell the R1T for a tidy profit:
Of course the part-time mayor who already massively increased his salary isn’t going to give up his luxury vehicle. In case you forgot, Koos was earning $18,000 as mayor. He now gets $32,000. Since Normal claims to be a City-Manager government, his role should be cutting ribbons. Pam Reece isn’t really running Normal? https://blnnews.com/2018/12/14/koos-and-council-get-raises/
I wonder if he paid the gas bills for his Mitsubishi taxpayer owned vehicle? Did he think he was entitled to free gas too?