I think Judith Moran is correct, it was never all about trash. It was about force, much like the forced Prepared Food Tax that was ultimately defeated by the people. It was about elitism of a few present and past city directors and outside influence. People who feel they somehow know better than the average, hardworking taxpayers. She was correct about machinations, but it was directed at the wrong city directors. Perhaps the four board members see a long line of ill-fated machinations of only a few elitists that have slowed growth, produced questionable performance and high costs for basic services. One may spin the reasons for the city administration’s spending and domination over encouraging and supporting a strong, competitive local economy, but the numbers are beginning to show in glowing statistics. Not only in lack of growth, but in the costs of basic services provided by the city. One may be able to spin the machinations, but the numbers don’t lie.
Your Region is not set.