Portsmouth Political Puppets, 1980:
Not much has changed.
Though I am still involved with another web project, I want to take a break and report on the shenanigans of the recently appointed City Building Committee.
I will summarize my report in ten points.
1. The citizens of
2. So Kevin Johnson, having unwittingly stepped on the toes of the gent who brought him to the dance, went back to his marketing drawing board. At the
3. The City Building Committee at the
4. The reason the City Building Committee is making the Adelphia building a high priority is because the chairman of the CBC, Mike Mearan, in 2005 negotiated a deal whereby his client Dr. Singer, the absentee tax-defaulting
5. It is clear from the
6. At the
7. The City Building Committee has already decided the Adelphia building will be the new police station. Mearan has seen to that. The only thing the CBC has not already made up its mind about is whether the Marting or the Fifth/Third building is going to be the
8. Baughman said at the
9. As an older generation of
CBC members Robinson, Johnson, Kalb
10. Remember that what is at the bottom of all this B.S. from the CBC, is the Portsmouth Commandment that says “No public money will be wasted on a new public building when there is an influential party or parties who own a building that can’t be sold and needs to be unloaded on the public.” If you are not aware of that Commandment, your learning curve is not much better than Baughman’s or Kevin Johnson’s. John Thatcher unloaded his empty unmarketable house on