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Mayoral Issue: Who's Driving the Bus(es)???

Transparency, Please - When will answers come to let everybody in on what's going on?

Had a conversation with an Adair County voter complaining about the lack of clarity on the Mayoral litigation issue. The voter complained, "Nobody is driving the bus."

The uncertainty in our small part of the world has been likened to those seemingly endless hours after 9-11 when the public was wondering if the country had a President or not, not knowing where the president was and not knowing that (according to some local legend) Dick Cheney was safely stashed away in a secret location right here in the Commonwealth.

What's going on now. Is it just us, here at CM, or do others have the feeling that there's a huge PR Gap? Do you feel that those in authority need to make frequent statements on what is going on, let us know "who is driving the bus"? - EW

This story was posted on 2015-04-28 09:28:56
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