First things first. My hat’s off to John Lee for his stance on the pipe dream of building the Taj Mahal in a time of poor economic reality. Also similar applause goes to Alex Kuhn for indicating he might try and think for himself. Turncoat’s comments are suspect, they sound foreign after being under the boot of the fat man for such a prolonged period. If he isn’t careful, Solberg and Hickey might become confused and not know what is going on or what to do next. Look what happened to Pam Myhre when she had the gall to speak in public about what was on her mind….gone, El Zippo, on the spot. The axe fell.
The plan was a unified council under the auspice of the fat man…how dare they, such cheek. Once discontent begins to set in it could spread as quicky as the fat man’s waistline.
According to the majority of the bloggers on this site, the general contention is no to the skating rinks. The more prudent thing would be to shelve this dark comedy until more industry comes to town, and I am not in any way referring to or in favor of polluting the air with carcinogenic waste material when I speak of industry.
Now there is talk of yet another feasibility study done at an estimated cost of 100K; shocking. In 2004 we had one done and the results were dismal. There will be more on that later.
Talk now of another panel/committee. The last “citizens” committee was carefully hand picked by the fat man and produced exactly what he wanted, most of which you could spread on your garden were it would have been better suited. Now they want to take another run at it? Listen…having the fat guy in charge of the selection process would be tantamount to picking a group of horny guys to decide if a whore house would work here. Close…. but no cigar.