In the classified ad section of the times bulletin this morning there is a legal notice announcing the city desires to place on the ballot to the voters a water park for $3,000,000.00. Then they declare it an emergency.
What makes a water park an emergency? How is this legally an emergency? Haven't they been working on this for a year? So why is this an emergency. It sounds like the administration is trying to conceal running this through?
What gives Kelly?
thanks idiots, never thought I say that, lol,, really emergency??? I agree, what gives Kirby?
economy in the toilet=emergency
an unsafe, toxic, eyesore of a building on MainSt.=emergency
police and fire funding=emergency
a soon to be outdated public toilet bowl that cannot generate enough revenue to keep it "afloat", haha, that will be useless in a few years just like the old pool=folly, folly, folly
plus the money tax payers will have paid over the years to keep it open for the "public" would pay for folks to have their own pool
and the powers that be wonder why everyone moves out if and when the can!!!