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Getting the community to rally may not work. You see, I have been to council meetings and I think they all care. See, I am a member of the community just as you are, You think two care and I think seven care. So therefore I wouldn't vote them out but you on the other hand would get rid of five. So your theory may not work but it does sound good.
Not saying I would want to get rid of anyone right now. But I do believe that most of them seem to have an agenda that doesn't always take into consideration the community. I generally hear more about those things in the breakfast places that folk visit.
If the community were to take more than just the "voting" responsibility, I think there would be less of that bashing (some of which can be found on here) and more praises.
I thought it interesting that someone asked me about the golf cart stuff at R-ville. I think it's great that F-frt is being proactive about it. I also thought R-ville was thinking ahead. I just wish there was more insight along those lines into the future.
I think it's time that Frankfort reviewed and modified their future plans document. A lot has changed in the last few years. Unemployment, the economy, populations, and over-all physical appearances of Frankfort are some things that come to mind.
Mark Mills has done a mighty fine job with his crew of community memebers in having a vision. It would be even nicer if the Frankfort political folk would entertain merging some of these things. Someone on here said that the county decisions affect the city and vice versa!
It's not too late, I believe, to see positive things become of not only Frankfort, but the county as well. What I haven't seen a lot of is that vision in some board meetings. I see reactive stuff instead.
Again, thank you for not bashing me. I rather enjoy conversations like this. Makes us all more rounded!