Actually bill moron everyone lost except the city attorney and I just think that lying and cheating by public officials is not good and those officials should be held accountable. There is something wrong when city officials march into court and lie under oath. You as a public official yourself think that's ok apparently.<quoted text>
At this point Rosenfeld, who the eff cares? I mean really. You got a deal because the city council got together and approved a deal where everyone wins and that includes you. You were excused from the big portion of the NID, the city has the bridge in place and paid in full. The city has some additional parkland for the future. You were going to pay more because you had more vehicles using the bridge than anyone else involved. You may think it was unfair because it was you. Doris supplied you with information from closed sessions and she was still patently unable to do anything for you except cash your campiagn contribution checks. Be happy that everyone involved won. Move on you childish, snobbish SOB.
If they wanted a giant bridge for their own reasons and part of my property for their own reasons, which they did all along, they should have been honest about it and I would have gone along and made a deal in 2004.