Are the 'greens' sustainable? Should Sorg be sustained?
In the last city election, candidates balancing citizens' concerns and developers' interests fought candidates unreservedly favoring growth.
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#1 Oct 5, 2013
Dave Roewe was executive director of BIASNM and will continue to look out for tax breaks for his cohorts, not the public good.
Why would he do any better looking out for those on the east mesa if their issues are a result of BIA members pushing to not accept responsibility for properly funding and planning new neighborhoods with finished roads, storm water run-off and neighborhood green spaces?
If he is doing so much in the community, the record he posts of his experience is not supported by any online evidence.
#2 Oct 7, 2013
Gil Sorg - sorry he is one of the worst City Councilman.
His tax and spend spend spend policies are out of control he supports most things that are anti-citizen, anti-business in favor of tax and spend
at every opportunity.
#3 Oct 8, 2013
A little competition during the race may be the catalyst needed to change his votes to be inline with his constituent's desires. Wouldn't put my bet on the other pony. Nope. That horse has loop holes and special interests all over it.
#4 Oct 11, 2013
The one that has special interest is Sorg want to talk about progressive bs one.
tax spend and tax just like the rest of the clowns
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