December 4 Crystal City Council Meeting Part 1

October 28, 2016 at 10:03 pm Leave a comment

Here is part 1 of a look back at ReNae Bowman’s behavior unbecoming of an elected official on December 4th, 2012. She had just lost a bid for re-election to Jim Adams, and treated a concerned group of citizens so poorly, that her disdain should be clear to anyone that hears her words. The video is still up for viewing on MAke sure to pass it along. Know who you are voting for!

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OK Andrew Richter back…..I want to now start my series of posts on what happened at the City Council meeting on December 4, 2012.

Now, first off, what brought me to the council meeting was the fact it was supposed to be their annual truth-in-taxation hearing. This is where they attempt to explain the budget and tell you how hard they’ve worked and that there is nothing they can cut without the city going to hell in a hand basket.

I went to the city website to read over the budget the Friday before. One problem, I couldn’t find it. I clicked on “budget” and it went to the 2012 budget not the 2013 “proposed budget.” I also looked at the “news” area of the city’s website and didn’t find any reference to a truth-in-taxation hearing set for December 4. That’s not much transparency.

Finally, on Saturday December 1 the…

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