Can the City outsource our ambulance without getting bids? How can that be?
Maybe the same way the trees were taken down at the postage stamp size park designated to be the "Bicentennial Park"? No questions asked, no rules followed, just deforestation. We would have remembered the outcry when St. Mary's took their trees down to put the steeple up. This is even worse.
Though, we have to say - we always thought the City owned that postage stamp before we bought it (again). The only people who could park there had to go through the City. Harvest Homecoming always used it for a stage area. Who knows?
We would also like to know why the City went outside the State of Indiana for a history book of our fair City when we have our own historian in town (who has already wrote several books about the subject), namely Gregg Seidl. What does the guy down in Tennessee know that Gregg doesn't know?
We agree with Coffey - NO INSURANCE for Benedetti, Zurschmeide and Caesar. WHAT A FRIGGING JOKE. The ones who have the most always seem to want more, and more, and more...
The concert Friday night in New Albany was/is another joke. Literally about 30 people attended and for what and for whom? We are truly (not) sorry a certain individual bar/restaurant is not large enough for his own venues. Some taxpayers wish to sue in order to stop our money being used for one, ONE, individual benefit.
Oh, well. A wish list sure to be denied.