The Morning Call catches up with Poresky's petition. Meanwhile, yesterday and last night, the uninformed commented on O'Hare's blog. Not to impose on their opinion, but a few facts are in order:
1. City Clerk Mike Hanlon had no choice but to accept the petitions. Over double the required amount were submitted, with criterion used by the administration's solicitor, which was more demanding than the charter actually required.
2. Dan Poresky has been the main energy behind a group effort.
3. There are viable alternatives to the lease, but neither the mayor, or his council will consider them, because they will involve a tax increase. Without the alternatives, homeowners will pay much more for water, lose control of it's operation, and have a tax increase soon enough anyway. The lease behooves pawlowski and council politically, but hurts the homeowners.
If the picture of the monkey and computer offends any of you who comment on O'Hare's blog, I apologize, but I don't know what kind of computers you monkeys have.
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