Sunday, December 18, 2016

Another stroll down memory lane: A ‘grand government conspiracy’ here in the little City of Lake Worth?

The City of Lake Worth “is deliberately attempting to make residents ‘feel the pain’ of inadequate road repairs in order to get their $40 million infusion of cash”? See the entire quote below.
 
Thanks to almost 70% of voters in Lake Worth on November 8th, roadways like North ‘J’ Street on the way to Publix will finally be made safe for the public once again.

But remember all those red/white signs that lined North ‘J’ Street leading up to the bond vote in August 2014?
The cost to repair Lake Worth roads increased $9 million since the “LW2020” bond vote failed in 2014 by just 25 votes. Mr. Mudd didnt mention that:

“I call shenanigans. Could it be that the city [Lake Worth] is deliberately attempting to make residents ‘feel the pain’ of inadequate road repairs in order to get their $40 million infusion of cash that they can control? I can’t prove it so I have to leave it as an open ended question but the underlying facts are more than suspicious.”

—Quote by Brian Mudd on podcast “The Cheat Sheet”, July 26th, 2016 . . . I can’t prove it. . .but the underlying facts are more than suspicious” he said.

Underlying facts? Maybe Mr. Mudd can share his ‘underlying facts’ with Jamie Brown, the City’s Public Services Director: 561-586-1720. Or City Manager Michael Bornstein: 561-586-1689. The mayor? Her phone number is 561-586-1735.

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