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Tuesday, May 15, 2012


City wasting $4 million we don’t have on an Atrium we don’t need

Posted by Justin Jeffre

City leaders continue to show their inverted priorities by spending $4 million on an Atrium they say will make City Hall a destination for events. But do we really need City Hall to be a destination for events? 

According to Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld the project may not even have majority support anymore. That may be why City Manager Milton Dohoney is speeding up the project.

There are certainly more pressing needs at a time when we have a huge budget deficit. What they’re doing and the way they are doing it is an outrage.

 


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