Wednesday, December 13, 2006

If It Ain't Broke the Metro Council Will Break It

"Anonymous" comments in yesterday's post that the $50,000 that the Council--spitefully led by Charlie Tygard--leveraged out of the Mayor's budget in June to send to the private non-profit Habitat for Humanity cost the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods one of their staffers. That information does not sit well with those of us who believe that the Office of Neighborhoods is one of the higher functioning arms of Metro government. It's bad enough that the dysfunctional Council won't fix what's broken in local government; it's much worse that this cat herd torpedoes what works.

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