doctorcy78

Here you go again “Silly me”, pumping both fists in the air for Mason City’s Renaissance Project. Don’t you have anything else to do but sit in your rocking chair and mislead the public on the state’s financial involvement in that boondoggle. For instants; you claim the project will be “buoy…

Mr. McNett, your story says, “At present time, the fundraiser has raised $259.” Well, according to the City of Mason City’s Renaissance Project final application to the Iowa Economic Development Authority in 2017, “The Mason City Youth Hockey Association has committed to raise funds and prov…

This news report begins “In front of another friendly audience”. Of course, where else would he dare to be? Steve KKKing is running scared because of the three Republican challengers he has for the 2020 GOP primary. Who’s he kidding. And when’s the last time King held 39 town halls in each 4…

Mr. Silly Me, we know full well the pathetic history of this ill-conceived, tax dollar wasted boondoggle. How could we not know after all those flowery articles you wrote supporting Bookmeyer arena when you were fully employed at the Globe.

You'll notice chief that all but one of the instigators of the boondoggle ( Bookmeyer, Solberg, Hickey, Marinos Tornquist) have flown their city council coupe.

Standby taxpayers. Here comes another lawsuit against you!

Someone help me awaken from this nightmare!

Someone help me awaken from this nightmare! Haven’t you YES voters had enough of this wasteful or impractical project? What does it take to get you to understand? The County had to sue the mall owner for a PORTION of his delinquent property taxes. Now he has until June 2019 to pay the balanc…

Government employees are always held to a higher standard of conduct than private employees, because they are being paid by tax dollars. Under any employment standard of ethical conduct Lewerke’s behavior demanded her termination. What baffles me is why her wasting government time at the o…

doctorcy78 commented on Sayles: Doomed to repeat the past

I often say that when a divisive controversy, like Mayor Bookmeyer’s River City Renaissance project, splits a community, two powers of speech emerge: the political voice, and the moral voice. I solute J.W. Sayles for espousing the latter. At last someone has thoughtfully expressed the moral …

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