It has been a long, hard, drawn out battle for years upon years - but - CONGRATULATIONS, Linden Meadows Neighborhood! Within a month, demolition will start tearing down the houses which never did belong there, per HUD. We hear Gahan is trying to take credit but I don't see how he can do that thing with one of his employees, Carl, up to his neck in this debacle. Coffey is trying to take credit, too. No way!!!!
Yep, we hear Carl Malysk, John Miller and Ted Fulmore have some serious explaining to do before the Feds. The Bank was a little bit persnickety in wanting their monies, huh? We feel this whole project was contrived from the get go, trying to get it to work any way "they" could. We hope the neighborhood will be able to revert that property back into the park which existed before. We're pulling for you all!
Welcome back, Grace Schneider! New Albany/Floyd County have missed you. So long, Harold Adams.
What's the scoop on Chief Knight? Did she go to the Commissioners asking for $200,000.00? For what, 911? We understand Chief Knight will not tell the City Council how much these Alive At Five Concerts are costing the City for the police officer's overtime and/or who's paying for it. It's not going to be easy covering some things up anymore now that the monies have been ordered separated from one another, i.e., sanitation, storm water, sewers, etc. Though, this blog has to ask - once the funds are separated, what happens when we find out we don't have any money to put into a fund? Sure ought to be interesting.
One more question. How many of Mickey Thompson's relatives are now working for the Street Department? Nepotism is alive and well in New Albany....
Oh, well. What else is new?