In a word nothing!
No legislation, no resolutions nada.
No new Business Councilman Flock explained Levelization
Council Lady DiNallo had nothing presently to add to Sidewalk Replacement.
Brian Belfiore gave a presentation on different public works projects being undertaken in the city.
In the visitors recognition I questioned if council would consider the State Treasurer's program
A program that would make Painesville's finances more transparent? Well I was met with stares. Let's face it this council really doesn't want the people to easily view the city's finances. There in cahoots' with the administration. Really ever wonder what those fake brick sidewalks cost us?
They were upset when I mentioned a few months back about the kickback, payola what ever it was from Waste Management of $96,000. What did they ever do about that? Nothing! Thank-You citizens for a non voted on tax.
Now that I think about it what proposed legislation has a 'council person' brought to the table recently?
Presently the only ones I can think of was to change the ordinance that Pit Bulls must no longer be muzzled.
A letter written to God knows who with regards to doing something about the immigration problem is this country?
Who proposed the Stormwater fixes? I believe that was the administration as well as the county. NO councilperson proposed it, they voted on it that's all I can see.
The way our city budget is without a line item you will never know exactly what something costs us or compare it to other municipality's. What does say Mentor pay for a patrol car compared to Painesville wonder why they don't go through the state agency like we do? Currently the way things are done sucks.
Who benefited the most last night? Councilman Fitzgerald he didn't attend . I don't believe anyone excuse him but who can tell, the sound system junk.
And finally our new Parks & Recreation Director was in the audience, yet neither the Council-President nor City Manager introduced us to her?
Welcome to the jungle Michelle, I wish you the best.
Alabama, like many states recently made voting harder by requiring voters to present an ID at the polls. But then, they went a step further, by closing 31 driver's license offices throughout the state.
Every single county where African Americans constitute 75% or more of registered voters had its office closed.
EVERY, SINGLE ONE.