Local government decision-making: 
a circus dominated by sideshows

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Leany should go back to making biscuits and gravy.  At least he won’t embarrass himself that way.

Right on Jim!  I find it laughable that Leany calls Mr. Williams too liberal while his radical approach to introduce Glenn Beck into a ” new” history curriculum would rate as what?  Thank goodness Mr. Mikolai made a very good choice for this community and District 51.

Calling this a circus is apt. It is a three ring circus, the best kind for watching, with the City Council in one ring, the County Commissioners, in a second, and the School Board in the third, with the Chamber of Commerce as the ringmaster. Unfortunately watching circus acts doesn’t do the hard work of governing, and I am worried for my community. The best act I’ve seen so far is the appointment of John Williams. He has been doing all the things we would hope a school board member would do. Will someone pass the popcorn?



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