I Am Calling For Mayor J.H. Graham To Step Down-We can't afford him.
Grahams put together another failed business plan and lies outside of the citizens of Crossville responsibility to pick up the burden.
The year has just begun and I predict that by 2014 the city will be in the hole for another $2,000,000.00 or more. Now put that debt on top of the other millions we still own and your looking at the city not being able to pay these loans off for years to come.
He just doesn't get it. The city can't spend more then it take in. Eventually somethings going to hit the fan.
THERE IS PLENTY MORE TO COME IN THE FOLLOWING WEEKS NO MORE SMILES FOR THE CAMERA, NO MORE PUSHING YOUR AGENDA AT THE COUNCIL MEETINGS, NO MORE SWEET SPENDING OUR MONEY PROJECTS. IT'S OVER AND WE WANT YOU TO GO. THE OFFICE YOU HAVE HELD ONTO FOR SO MANY YEARS NEEDS TO GO TO ANOTHER THAT IS LOOKING OUT FOR THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY. PLOUTOS
Boyd Wyatt Mayor JH Graham Ken Chadwell and the City Police Chief
"I do not believe that the mayor and the city council should apologize". Mayor JH Graham
Souza concludes saying,“Whether Mr. Kerley did or did not do the phone surveys is not my point. My point is Boyd Wyatt and Mayor Graham did exert pressure on the investigation and did use this to gain publicity to influence voting."
I AM CALLING FOR AN IMPEACHMENT OF MAYOR JH GRAHAM
THE DAYS OF DEAL MAKING IN OUR BEAUTIFUL LITTLE TOWN ARE OVER-THE GOOD OLE BOYS ARE FINISHED
THE TOWN BELONGS TO IT'S PEOPLE
Chadwell continued,“Immediately following the meeting councilman Souza asked me if either I or my family take vacations with Millard Oakley. Your questions, councilman Souza, caught me off guard and I took it personally. I couldn't figure out why anyone would be prying into my personal life and taking it personally was my mistake.”
January 23, 2013 Kerley questions city attorney’s actions By Jim Young As reported in the Chronicle correspondent
The city was negotiating for and a study that councilman Boyd Wyatt had made himself, indicating the airport property was worth some $56,000 an acre or $1.1 million. The memo went on to say that was the reason for the updated appraisal.
"This American system of ours, call it Americanism, call it capitalism, call it what you will, gives each and every one of us a great opportunity if we only seize it with both hands and make the most of it".