You can sign May 1 – and get your neighbors to sign too! If signatures are collected, the voters will get to decide on TIF projects over $10M.
It was a weird meeting, but we got initial approval.
Based on past performance, I’d bet not. It seems we are no closer to a day center than we have been for the past three years . . . and time is slipping away.
Ah, more internal issues, here’s who got appointed to what, and who got slighted or rewarded. Might not be so obvious to non-insiders, but who gets to be county board chair means who gets to make appointments to committees and there is usually a correlation between who you supported and if you get the committees you want.
Lost track, but are they down to 9 candidates vying to fill Sue Ellingson’s seat.
Hmmm, mine went up for the first time since 2009 when we bought the house, they actually assessed ours lower than what we purchased it at for a while.
No! Suffering from extreme Workus Interuptus!
Ok, missed the first few minutes and am multi-tasking so you’re only getting the highlights, or lowlights, depending how you look at it.
Here’s what has been suggested for discussion – plus anything anyone shows up to speak to or any last minute additions. The rest of the agenda will get passed, as recommended.
I don’t blame him, but its a real loss. When good people are forced to walk away to stop contributing to the farce . . well, they make the right decision, but the whole community loses.
We still don’t have any real details . . . the sad part is, most county board supervisors and the Homeless Issues Committee members have all been equally kept out of the loop. So, this is news to everyone . . . except? Who? Who is making the decisions here? And who are they working with? Where is the public in all this?