Residents Sold Out!

15Apr15
Stratford Resident

Stratford Resident

In one of the worst financial deals imaginable, the Mayor and Council have sold out each and every Stratford resident and business. During one of the most important votes in the 375 year history of Stratford, some Councilmen could barely be heard mumbling “aye” to sell the WPCA/Sewer plant for peanuts. Thankfully, these votes are recorded so that we can identify precisely who sold us out.

John Harkins (R)
Gavin Forrester (R)
Joseph Kubic (R)
Peter Massey, (R)
Brian Dempsey, (R)
Ken Poisson (R)
James J. Connor, Jr. (R)
Jason W. Santi (D)

The refrain used most often by the mayor and these councilmen is that it would relieve $37 million of debt. It is not often that we have the opportunity to print something so definitively on these pages, but that statement is a lie. There simply is no other way to put it. A lie is a lie.

We are not relieved of anything. The $37 million will be paid by Stratford residents and businesses and by no one else. We assume there will be a large celebration at the Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority since our mayor and council have voted to pretty much pay them to take our property.

We can’t guess what would motivate these eight people to sell us out so completely. It is certainly not the benefit of Stratford.

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49 Responses to “Residents Sold Out!”

  1. 2 1cyclops

    Jezebel,
    Their noses have got to be HUGE!

  2. “Some Councilmen could barely be heard mumbling ‘aye'”? My councilman – First District Councilman Peter Massey – did not utter a sound, move his mouth – no words at all, until a motion was made to adjourn the meeting!

    ONE AND DONE!

  3. 4 bendoverstratford2015

    We have to get rid of the people who voted to screw us out of office.

  4. It’s starting to feel like the $11 million that we’re selling the plant for is nothing but a loan to get us out of Harkins budget shortfall. Only a matter of time before we have to start paying it back.

  5. It’s actually $16+ million if you add in the money already in the WPCA account. Harkins’ budget from 2014-15 is short almost $6 million – why do you think this is happening so fast.

    Stratford’s new motto: “Stratford, where if it’s yellow, let it mellow, if it’s brown, flush it down!” Especially since our sewer use fees (or WPCA fees now) will be based on water usage.

  6. 7 jezebel282

    Apparently there is another “flash” budget hearing tonight at 6:30pm at Wooster Middle School. Maybe someone can ask them why the posted budget makes no sense at all or how much more money each administrator is actually getting.

  7. 8 Rockannand

    Another reason they are rushing to close on the sale is that Greater New Haven WPCA has to submit for their license renewal by June 15th. If this deal does not close by then, they will be screwed and they won’t be so keen on this deal anymore. Its almost like their deal with licensing is contingent on this deal closing.

    Some other tidbits that came to light last night ands today:
    GNH-WPCA as the right to raise Stratford sewer bills by 12% per year for 3 years. It is expected they will raise them by the full amount which is what supposedly raise their current members. Since our sewer bills will go up another $25 in the next budget, that means 38% total over 3 years on top of $425 sewer bill or $586 in 3 years.

    After 3 years they can combine costs from GNHWPCA with SWPCA which means even higher sewer bills. Why you say, well GNH will be floating bond in excess of $500mm to fund the upgrades need to their facility to bring that plant up to performance level of ours. When Stratford rate payers are combined with GNH, we will be paying for that debt for the GNH plant, on top of the debt still outstanding on our plant.

    So where is all these savings going to come from??? Hmmm?????
    Where Johnny where??

  8. Here is another item to factor in ~ we will most likely need to “insure” our sewer lines (from the curb to our house), kind of like the additional Aquarion “insurance” people get to protect the pipes from curb to house. Maybe it’ll be optional, maybe not. But it’s another added cost to this that people will need to start factoring in. If our sewer pipes/infrastructure is as bad as they are making it sound, that added cost is on us as well. Residents have been royally screwed on this! I talked to people I know who live in New Haven – they get a bill for this “insurance” too, and are billed quarterly according to their water usage. If they use lots of water, the bill will be higher, so if you’ve got a small, one bath house (a stone age house, like me), the cost may not be too much higher, but if you’ve got a larger multi-bath house, well, you’re sewer use bill is going to increase and you’re going to be screaming.

  9. 10 Rockannand

    Did we forget to add that this “deal of the last two centuries” also include selling the land underneath the plant that was valued at $5mm last spring and was listed for sale then? That means for $16mm GNH-WPCA gets the plant (worth $100mm) – the land (worth $5mm) and Harkins gets $5mm (OUR cash reserve) to payoff the budget hole in this year’s budget.

    What do we get? We will see our sewer bills go up 12% per year for FOUR years ( was wrong about it being only 3 years). We get to continue to pay he interest on the $37mm in debt which is over $750k/year PLUS the interest in the purchase price of the deal which will double the interest payment to $1.4mm per year. That’s for next 3-4 years.

    THEN when GNH (or G) floats their bonds of over $500mm for capital improvements to their plant, we will pay for that too. We estimate our sewer bill will top $600 per year within 4 years to be in line with what the other municipalities in the G pay today. The G already did this for the initial towns in the regional authority raising their rates by 40% within 4 years.

    So where are all these savings coming from that the Mayor’s financial menses are projecting? What cool-aid have they been drinking down at the Wind Sock after hours??

  10. 11 Rockannand

    I think we are getting to the bottom of this barrel of lies about what the costs will be that we get to pay for. But each day is another new revelation. With the launch of the petition drive today, media coverage will be brisk.

    Tonight’s budget hearing was over in 35-40 minutes, but it was good for getting signatures for the referendum petition drive. If you want to sign it let me know and we will come right to your door!! Real municipal service with a smile.

  11. 12 jezebel282

    Update:

    “That law was passed some years ago because the state wants to promote the idea of regional waste-treatment systems,” said Town Attorney Tim Bishop. “There is no right to petition on this matter…”
    http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Group-hopes-for-referendum-on-sewer-plant-sale-6202606.php

    For those readers not familiar with the name, Tim Bishop is the Town Attorney. It should be noted that the “Town” Attorney is appointed by the mayor, serves at the mayor’s pleasure and has all of his invoices approved by the mayor. In other words, he is the mayor’s attorney. He had better oppose the referendum if he wants to keep collecting $150/hour and $350/hour court time. As usual in Stratford, the voters and taxpayers will be paying Tim Bishop to oppose us.

    In addition, this whole “deal” is not a proposal for a “regional waste-treatment system”. There will be no giant pipe built under or over the Housatonic River to pump waste water from Hamden, New Haven, Woodbridge or East Haven to Stratford. It is all about our cash flowing across the river to New Haven…and lots of it.

  12. If you can get $150 an hour to dispense inaccurate legal opinions, imagine what you could charge for correct information. That aside, shame on the Town Attorney for rendering an opinion where the intended effect was to stifle public dissent. This democracy stuff can sometimes be a pain in the ass but I would like to think than an officer of the court would have a better appreciation for that than most.

  13. 14 jezebel282

    Wait. Are you including lawyers in this democracy stuff?

  14. 15 Rockannand

    OK, let’s be kind to Counselor Tim. He’s hoping to discourage the referendum effort by saying that. Truth is that Tim’s reading is correct for those towns that are already constituent municipalities of the regional authority. Since we have not closed on the deal, we are not a member. I think he knows that, but he is hoping this “opinion” will deflate the effort.

    It won’t. We will prevail.

    Further Cheerleader Lou is back tracking almost everyday since his bravado statements last week. 1st he and the Mayor backed off last Thursday’s letter statement that we are a “fringe” group of the DTC after Paul Hoydick joined Stephanie to vote against the ordinance/resolution that night. Now today we have some “legitimate” questions. At the rate Lou is going in back tracking, by May he will be saying that “its a “terrible” deal, but we need the money because we spent your money like drunken sailors”.

    Yes, the referendum petition campaign is in full stride. If you want to sign or wish to help get signatures, let me me know here or at http://www.facebook.com/groups/WPCAStratfordGetAnswers or http://www.facebook.com/MOVEStratford.

    Make Lou eat his words.

  15. 16 Rockannand

    Just another disgusted Stratford citizen about this PENDING deal. http://www.stratfordstar.com/34917/letter-stratford-a-victim-of-asset-stripping/

    Note the comments from a public official from Handen about how bad its been being a part of the GNH-WPCA. Can you say sellout?

  16. 17 Rockannand

    And here is what D3 Councilman Stephanie Philips had to say what this deal means prior to the vote last week.
    http://www.stratfordstar.com/34670/letter-who-really-benefits-from-a-wpca-sale/

    Where are all the defenders of the deal? Where is the newbie Gavin Forrester to defend the deal? What about the Shakespeare Judas priest Jim Connor?

    I spoke to Paul Hoydick last night at th budget hearing to hear what he had to say and why he voted against the deal. Why do the others cow tow to Harkins and Cheerleader Lou? Shameful.

  17. 18 Rockannand

    Here is the latest post from the Facebook page. Just in case you don’t get to FB that often:

    Calling All Volunteers!! VOLUNTEER RALLY
    WHEN: Wednesday April 22nd, 7:30-9:00pm
    WHERE: Baldwin Center
    WHO FOR: For all fully engaged and all who want to be part of the action
    WHAT WILL I GET: Volunteer training, information sharing and networking
    WHY SHOULD I COME: So many of you have been so successful in just 4 days. Learn all the best practices, tips and techniques for maximizing your time in getting friends, neighbors and fellow citizen to sign the referendum petition.
    This is a can’t miss event for all working to make this referendum petition drive a success. We had a huge weekend and expect the next two weeks to put us over the top and reach our goals.
    As always, let us know how we can support you and your teams.
    Let’s make it happen!!
    Your fearless leaders. 😀

  18. I understand a new and improved petition form has been introduced. Two different forms can not both be right. How is this explained? Should I plan on signing the new form again for the first time?

  19. 20 Rockannand

    Well yes they can Always. Have you already signed? Two times is NG

  20. 21 Rockannand

    Guess Tim Bishop was just trying to scare us off from launching this petition drive. Mark Dumas would appear to be rendering more than an opinion with this fact-based response to Mr. Bishop’s attempt to obfuscate the referendum discussions on the proposed WPCA sale. I do love to watch dueling lawyers in action.
    http://m.ctpost.com/news/article/Opinion-on-WPCA-questioned-6214846.php

  21. 22 mikereynolds

    Boom.

  22. 23 stfdprofessor1

    Word around Lordship is Mr. Massey was told by his handlers from the RTC to show up or NO RESTURANT at the golf course. So it appears this pillar of the community showed up as ordered and sat silent. Then in cowardly fashon he let his presence be counted as a yea vote.

    Mr. Massey, if you ever want to get your dignity or self respect back, I suggest you come clean about this event to a member of the Press. If not you will be their little puppet forever and your lack of self respect will eat away at you.

    I’m sure like all the other local politicians you read this on a regular basis, so if I’m wrong about this please feel free to let us all know.

  23. Well, that explains his tight-lipped silence at the vote. I am in District 1 and I now refuse to entertain the thought of dining at Knapp’s Landing! I hope other’s follow suit with a boycott!

  24. 25 stfdprofessor1

    COERCION “(Webster’s New Collegiate) defines coerce as:

    To restrain or dominate by nullifying individual will;
    To compel to an act or choice;
    To enforce or bring about by force or threat.

    Coercion is essentially the overwhelming of the will of another by force or threat of force, or through less noticeable forms such as fraud. The use of coercion is the means by which a person or group of people impose their will upon another or others. (Coercion can also be used to forcibly or fraudulently take the property of others.) Ayn Rand made the crucial qualification of the initiation of force or the threat of force. As long as an individual has done nothing to harm others or violate another’s rights, no one has the right to initiate force or the threat of force against that individual.

    A distinction needs to be made between initiated force, and force used in self-defense. You are quite justified in using force, threat of force, bluff, deception, etc., to prevent others from coercing you. (Though you need to decide for yourself if, depending on the circumstances, it would be worth the risk of being harmed more by resisting someone’s attempt to coerce you.)

    How To Treat Your Neighbors
    Suppose you want to organize a picnic with your neighbors. What would happen if you went to your neighbor’s house and told him that he and his family must join you in organizing a picnic and that he must pay his “fair share”; and if he doesn’t submit to “voluntary compliance”, then you will “enforce” his “co-operation” by hiring some goons to confiscate his property and/or lock him up, and if he resists then they may have to shoot him!?

    Would this way of behaving be a formula for conducting harmonious relationships? Or would it cause all kinds of resentment, conflict, and other problems?

    Please think about this. Is this the sort of formula that “government” bureaucrats apply?

    There is a common-law principle that states that for there to be a crime, there has to be a victim (corpus delicti). Without a victim there is no crime. There can’t be a “victimless crime”. There is also a principle which states that for a contract to be valid it has to be knowingly and voluntarily entered into. Attempting to force people to do something when they haven’t committed a crime or entered into a contract to do it, is coercion”.

    Coercion = Corruption

  25. 26 stfdprofessor1

    At this point the ball is in Mr. Massey’s court, if true he may have been coerced. He attended the meeting and was witnessed not to vote.

    If I were he and this did happen I would report it to the proper authorities (FBI?) and avoid getting tangled in this corrupt mess.

    If it were untrue I would address it and put it to bed.

    One thing is for sure, your friends do not coerce you.

  26. 27 jezebel282

    Prof,

    So if I get this straight, Massey depends on Stratford residents for his living and he pretty much sold us out so he can take more of our money by using his position as Councilman to open another restaurant operation on Town property?

    Do we have this right?

  27. 28 stfdprofessor1

    …”as the story goes”.

  28. 29 stfdprofessor1

    I wasn’t there personally but it sounds VERY plausible given the facts. Perhaps Mr. Massey will chime in and either confirm or deny these events.

    If I voted on an issue as a representative of my district I wouldn’t have any problem explaining the reasons for my vote.

  29. I was at the vote and I did not take my eyes off my Councilman – Peter Massey – during the vote – not one word came out of his mouth until there was a move to adjourn that part of the meeting! Not one word, it was as if his mouth was “crazy glued” shut!

  30. And, honestly, isn’t it even more convenient that former Councilman Budnick resigned and Gavin was put in his place? It’s starting to smell really fishy!

  31. 32 Rockannand

    Well i do know that Peter can talk. Last Sunday outside the Lighthouse deli down here in Lordship Center he came up to my table near the end of a dominant petition signing morning. He looked what I had over, got that smirky smile and said he could not sign “because I am your Councilman”. Never introduced himself (I’ve never met him before). Just that smerky smile he is supposedly famous for, made his snide comments and started to walk away.

    So i replied, “so your Petter Massey … I’ve been trying to get you to return my emails and calls for 3months over the Shakespeare and WPCA issue and you never answer me once.” He then turned, held up his smart (a$$) phone and said, ” all my calls go here and i always answer them … You did not even know who I was just now.” I replied, “well obviously you missed mine and my emails.”

    Then he quickly jumped in his car to try and make a fast getaway. He also is famous for hating confrontations, just like our Mayor. So i walked up to his car and made sure he could hear me. ” I know exactly who you are. My Landlord is your brother’s in-law – i met him, his wife and kid and your mother on Christmas Eve. I lived on Judson and Elm down the street from your uncle who is married to Eddie Goodrich’s sister. I get my heating oil from Massey Fuels. I know who you and your family is, but unlike the others, you chose to disrespect me by not responding and just now walking away from me. I know who you are.”

    He then quickly replied that “your making a scene” to which i fired back, “you’re damn right i am making a scene. Your my Councilman, but you don’t want to deal with me and my questions.” This was all witnessed by a couple of local folks. Then i went to my table and the signing continued. You can bet i won’t ever step foot in Knapp’s EVER again and will make sure others know how he treats his constituents. Elected to serve? Well he would be wise to think about running again in November. We will remember in November Peter.

  32. I’ve sent him emails as well – ABSOLUTELY NO RESPONSE!

  33. 34 stfdprofessor1

    “And, honestly, isn’t it even more convenient that former Councilman Budnick resigned and Gavin was put in his place? It’s starting to smell really fishy!”

    Careful- that’s the next mayor of stratford you’re talking about young lady. It should be right out of the Dick Miron playbook. Joe Kubic will give up the chairmanship of the clowncil, Gavin will get appointed chairman, Harkins will resign (after his honey gets an obnoxiously undeserved raise), Gavin will be corinated Emporer…ummmm Mayor of Stratford, then Kubic will be reappointed chairman.

    It worked great for Dickie Miron as Registrar of Voters, so King Louie probably thinks its the RTC’s turn on the Stratford merry go round.

    Wow, just think we’ll have a King and an Emporer. Only one problem…the peasants are getting wise.

    “I have seen corruption boil and bubble ’til it oerrun the stew.”
    William Shakespeare- Measure for Measure

  34. 35 Rockannand
  35. 36 Rockannand

    “Careful- that’s the next mayor of stratford you’re talking about young lady. It should be right out of the Dick Miron playbook. Joe Kubic will give up the chairmanship of the clowncil, Gavin will get appointed chairman, Harkins will resign (after his honey gets an obnoxiously undeserved raise), Gavin will be corinated Emporer…ummmm Mayor of Stratford, then Kubic will be reappointed chairman.”

    Professor, that is only if they all get elected n November. What happens if the good people of the 7th and 9th district throw those guys out and replace them with real people who serve us rather than slam us at public forum or have temper tantrums behind close doors when no one is watching?

  36. 37 Rockannand

    ooppss!!! Looks like someone messed up again down at town hall. The Public Works union has filed a complaint with the State Board of Labor Relations to stop the WPCA deal. The union won a strikingly similar case back in 1995 (and got an injunction to stop the Town in that case). The union served the Town with the Board of Labor Relations equivalent of a request for an injunction this past Thursday. It almost seems like the Town Attorney doesn’t know much about labor law and didn’t do his due diligence on this transaction. I wonder how much he charged the town for what looks to me like a debacle. Don’t people get fired for screwing up like this?? But since the town attorney works for the mayor and not the people, i guess that won’t happen.
    http://m.ctpost.com/local/article/Workers-at-treatment-plant-file-complaint-over-6222295.php

  37. 38 jezebel282

    Update:

    At the risk of being (somewhat) unrelated, there is this:

    New Haven Mayor Harp, DeLauro to press residents on Tweed runway expansion
    By Mark Zaretsky, New Haven Register
    http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20150504/new-haven-mayor-harp-delauro-to-press-residents-on-tweed-runway-expansion

    “NEW HAVEN >> Mayor Toni Harp and U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., have sent a letter to neighbors of Tweed New Haven Regional Airport seeking support for Tweed’s proposal to pave the grassy runway safety areas at either end of the main runway to try to land additional air service.

    Harp began talking about the possibility of paving the 5,600-foot main runway soon early last year and the city’s legislators in Hartford raised a bill that ultimately did not pass. The letter appears to be an effort to open up the conversation and move that agenda forward.”

    Our question is how long will it take Bridgeport to do the very same thing after receiving the extra Stratford land from John Harkins. For free of course.

    Maybe Harkins also thinks Stratford should not be in the business of having land either?

  38. 39 mikereynolds

    I have a question.

    One of the issues with joining GNH-WPCA has been that when New Haven upgrades their treatment facility we get to share in paying for it.

    So wouldn’t the flip side be that if we join GNH-WPCA the debt on our treatment plant gets regionalized and our sewer bill goes down? Or is that too simplistic?

  39. 40 jezebel282

    Mike,

    Before we even begin to answer that question, do you really think GNHWPCA would lower rates in Stratford? Really?

  40. 41 mikereynolds

    As I said, if we’re going to share in paying for New Haven’s inevitable upgrades is it possible that the “region” is going to help alleviate paying for our upgrades? If so our $37 million in debt get’s spread across the region thus lowering what we pay. Just a question.

  41. 42 jezebel282

    Mike,

    “If so our $37 million in debt get’s spread”

    Ok, Let’s take a look at that. First; we do not work for GNHWPCA. We are assuming you do not work there either. Therefore, neither of us know what the GNHWPCA will do.

    That being said, Harkins has been siphoning about $2.5 million per year from the WPCA. To review, he takes $1+ million for general pension obligations, $600,000 in “rent”, $500,000+K for Public Works and $300,00 just because. He has been doing this since he took office. Nonetheless, we have been able to pay off about $24 million in debt over the past 10 years. This leaves our WPCA with a $10 million/year operating expense.

    Absolutely nothing indicates any change in rates at all. There has been no commitment from GNHWPCA to do anything at all. The GHNWPCA contracts with Synagro for most of their workforce. We can be assured that their financial statements will be much murkier than ours.

    To assume they would burden their existing rate payers with our debt is simply not reasonable. However, to expect the reverse where we pay off their debt (which is significantly higher than ours) with our $10 million is much more likely.

    If you are expecting a reduction in our sewer rates….let’s just say it is not likely.

  42. 43 jezebel282

    Correction:

    “Harkins has been siphoning about $2.5 million per year…”

    Should read

    “Harkins and the Republican Town Committee has been siphoning about $2.5 million per year…”

  43. 44 stfdprofessor1

    “As I said, if we’re going to share in paying for New Haven’s inevitable upgrades is it possible that the “region” is going to help alleviate paying for our upgrades? If so our $37 million in debt get’s spread across the region thus lowering what we pay. Just a question.”

    I know I’m old and I guess senile too according to you Mike, but instead of a question this sounds like ANOTHER thinly veiled RTC soundbite to me.

    Now here’s an unveiled soundbite for you from a disgrunted old taxpayer. My opinion is Timmy Bishop absolutely knew his legal opinion was full of baloney aka FRAUDULENT. It appeared to be an attempt to defraud 6,500 plus citizens their rights under the first amendment of the constitution of the United States.

    You can compare me to George all you want, but it’s also very obvious that the Town attorney et al are legally robbing we taxpayers every day via billable hours. I’m just glad that other people are starting to notice.

    If you don’t see signs of corruption in this town I believe you may also be suffering from some degree of senility.

    Per Wikipedia- “Political corruption is the use of powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain. An illegal act by an officeholder constitutes political corruption only if the act is directly related to their official duties, is done under color of law or involves trading in influence…Forms of corruption vary, but include bribery, extortion, cronyism, nepotism, patronage, influence peddling, graft, and embezzlement.”

    To return my mind to the gutter momentarily, wouldn’t “John” playing with the help…then giving “the help” a healthy pay raise fit in with the wikipedia definition of corruption? How about comparing the attornies that bill Stratford for services with the lists of campaign donors to the mayor and town clowncil?

    “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

  44. 45 mikereynolds

    “I know I’m old and I guess senile too according to you Mike, but instead of a question this sounds like ANOTHER thinly veiled RTC soundbite to me.”

    Not a member of the RTC nor can I foresee myself ever being a member, but nice try. It was simply a question by a resident. Sorry if that doesn’t fit into your agenda.

    “Now here’s an unveiled soundbite for you from a disgrunted old taxpayer. My opinion is Timmy Bishop absolutely knew his legal opinion was full of baloney aka FRAUDULENT. It appeared to be an attempt to defraud 6,500 plus citizens their rights under the first amendment of the constitution of the United States.”

    And if you can prove that then I’m right behind you.

    “You can compare me to George all you want, but it’s also very obvious that the Town attorney et al are legally robbing we taxpayers every day via billable hours. I’m just glad that other people are starting to notice.”

    I’ve been supportive of changing the way this town hires a town attorney since Miron the Merciless.

    “Per Wikipedia- “Political corruption is the use of powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain.”

    And if you show me evidence and not supposition of private gain then he should go.

    “To return my mind to the gutter momentarily, wouldn’t “John” playing with the help…then giving “the help” a healthy pay raise fit in with the wikipedia definition of corruption?”

    And your evidence is??

    “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

    I’m not protesting. Merely asking questions. I have not, nor will not support the sale of the WPCA plant.

  45. 46 jezebel282

    Gentlemen,

    The issue is not really whether the sale of the WPCA is a “good deal” or not. It is not even whether the rates will go up our down.

    The issue is whether or not the voters and rate payers of Stratford have a voice in the sale of a $100 million asset.

    One would think that in this democracy (and especially on Memorial Day) that it would be a silly question. The answer should be: “Of course we can vote.” But according to Harkins, Mayor’s Attorney Bishop and the Seven Dwarfs on the Council we do not have that right. Only they have the right.

    So the issue is whether or not Harkins is right or the voters are right.

  46. 47 Rockannand

    Exactly Jez. The mayor and Lou Deceitful have been quoted as saying that the people cannot be trusted with any vote. Only they can decide what is best for the people. AYFKM?? On Tuesday June 2nd at 2pm we will find out who is right and then we can see what highjinks the Town Clowncil pulls to try and still make the deal work. It is pathetic.

  47. 48 stfdprofessor1

    “On Tuesday June 2nd at 2pm we will find out who is right and then we can see what highjinks the Town Clowncil pulls to try and still make the deal work. It is pathetic.”

    WE NEED TO THROW ALL THESE BUMS OUT!

  48. 49 jezebel282

    Update:

    And while the mayor is off in San Diego learning new ways to sell out residents, we can kiss Center School at 55 Sutton Place goodbye. This September it will be torn down and converted to….wait for it…a parking lot.

    Was there a Council vote on this?


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