Today's issue of "The Clarksville Democrat Special Edition has section dispelling rumors that people supposedly have started.
#3 reads "Any decision on a town manager or chief of staff will come after serious review and only if it saves the town money".
I thought it was so important to give the citizens a choice in the matter with a survey instead or their vote?
If you don't think the citizens deserve the right, you should not have built the "contract" around it.
What if a town manager didn't save much or any money, but the town ran much better?
Might that be worth it?
Why the change now? Did someone talk to voters and not like what they said?
Are other "Contract" points on the chopping block also?
I also noticed the New dems were now trying to take credit for many of the major developments that happened during the time of the democrats that they want to distance themselves from. Having your cake and eating it too?
I thought the "Falls of the Ohio State Park" was a State funded and built park. I'm sure they were there for the ribbon cutting, but not much else.
Edited by Clarksville Voter, 23 October 2015 - 08:13 PM.