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voter

Somerset, KY

#1 Apr 23, 2010
is he running again
voter 3

Bussey, IA

#2 Apr 24, 2010
Don't think it is election year for him yet. I wonder if he will suck up to everyone and then turn his nose up at you when he gets in like he did before.My family will know better next time.
citygirl

Pella, IA

#3 Apr 24, 2010
Has he done something to you. He is doing a great job with the city--bringing in money and our city is beautiful.
ex-con

Winchester, KY

#4 Apr 24, 2010
i have to agree, the city is looking better than i can ever recall, and i've been around since the mid 70's
Kayla

Liberty, KY

#5 Apr 24, 2010
i think david thompson is doing a great job he helps everyone he can and hes done a wonderful job withte city
voter 3

Bussey, IA

#6 Apr 24, 2010
Yep it is beautiful. But he sure doesn't take notice of city ordinance or he would not let buildings be built on the edge of the street. There are regulations and it was brought to his attention by the people and NOTHING...
If you are going to do the job do it right.
voter 3

Bussey, IA

#7 Apr 24, 2010
Maybe I should have said there is a limit of feet that is required to make it legal.Takes value from others property. Every one has to pay taxes and should be considered.
ha ha

United States

#8 Apr 24, 2010
u go david thompsonu r the best.u have my vote
hahaha

Somerset, KY

#9 Apr 24, 2010
ha ha wrote:
u go david thompsonu r the best.u have my vote
this is all to funny what a joke
best town

United States

#10 Apr 24, 2010
what hasnt he done he has helped on everything i have ever been to and done things all over town for everybody and is no different than before
mee too

United States

#11 Apr 24, 2010
YES name one other person that is elected that has helped as many as david t.
meeee

Pella, IA

#12 Apr 24, 2010
I think he sucks as !!!!
The Big picture

Eubank, KY

#13 Apr 24, 2010
Look at the improvements in the recreational activities and beautification of the city. Who cares whether or not he speaks or doesn't speak to others or his ego has inflated. We live in an impoverished area. One of the reasons is the lack of work ethic and apathy in our community. So much money is wasted here and is misspent and it usually goes to some entity tied in with a politically motivated good ole boy who somehow always seem to profit from entitlements. The guy improved the water park, the brickyard park, put in a jr. football field, made the ball fields playable and keeps the city looking nice. Hopefully, he can help use the money meant for the Dole Children Pool to use it for a more collective purpose than the Dole lady and the 12 kids that swim. David does well for the kids here.
voter

Bussey, IA

#14 Apr 24, 2010
Not every one has that beautiful street any more,what used to be a law abiding location has turned sour and ugly,and it will get right down to looking like a slum before it is finished, property value down graded by thousands of dollars because of an iligal action that the city allowed. The city was approached, it would not have cost a dime to have done the right thing to begin with, but we were ignored. Now a whole street of tax payers have to suffer for it for a long time to come.
This is our problem and a real one.
voter

Bussey, IA

#15 Apr 24, 2010
That is the big picture.
citygirl

Pella, IA

#16 Apr 24, 2010
voter wrote:
Not every one has that beautiful street any more,what used to be a law abiding location has turned sour and ugly,and it will get right down to looking like a slum before it is finished, property value down graded by thousands of dollars because of an iligal action that the city allowed. The city was approached, it would not have cost a dime to have done the right thing to begin with, but we were ignored. Now a whole street of tax payers have to suffer for it for a long time to come.
This is our problem and a real one.
What are you talking about???
You go David

Winchester, KY

#17 Apr 24, 2010
I don't care what anyone says he has my vote. David is a great person and does wonderful things for the city and the people in it!! This city has been cleaned up because of him. He does all he can do to make sure that the streets and the parks, and the city in general is taken care of. Before you start bi^ching why don't you do this. Recycle, don't litter, put your cigarette buts in an ashtray instead of in the yard or on the ground, don't judge people you don't know personally, and if you have a problem...david has an office, take it there.
Vote

Bussey, IA

#18 Apr 24, 2010
It was taken to his office.Didn't do any good....
By the way I don't smoke. I don't throw trash out either.I believe in keeping things clean. That was our aim.
GO DAVE

United States

#19 Apr 24, 2010
100 percent
resident

United States

#20 Apr 24, 2010
the only thing that i know that has been build since he was in office that has had any problems was a apartment that was started before he was in office and all the neighbors waited till it was built than decided to complain i live down that street catron ave if it isnt there than i would go see him because he has never not called back on anything i have called for

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