The Bangor Maine city council recently approved a smoking ban in vehicles where kids are present.
The Taxypayer’s Revolt was quite successfull. city Hall was packed with people eager to speak. It was one of the longest public forums I’ve seen ranking up there with the smoking ban in private clubs and the water fluoridation speakouts.
This city council meeting turned into a tribute to Mayor Clavelle. It started with Joe McNeil and Michael Monte both praising their own efforts and Clavelle’s efforts in forcing the railroad to give up the waterfront for only $1.4 million when even they believed it was worth far more than that or even the $10 million the railroad wanted.
Today I finally got a video I filmed a while back online. I filmed it while I was practicing for last week’s debates. It’s my personal statement regarding why I’m running for city council.
At tonight’s city council meeting, the Department of Health started early conversations with the city to replace the State Hospital in Waterbury with a proposed facility at FAHC.
Today the city council got together to hear testimony from the public regarding eliminating the residency requirement for department heads and the local option sales tax.
This was a resolution presented by Councilor George at the last city council meeting asking for the city to provide some way of warning parents of events held on city property that may not be suitable for children.
We attended the Housing Super-Committee tonight. The discussion was about what can be done to improve the housing situation in Burlington.
The following is an article from the Free regarding the fluoride debate at the last city council meeting…
The Mayor introduced the 2006 City Budget proposal at the last City Council. Having followed the finance committee meetings, I am aware of the problems and issues they faced and I understand that it was a difficult process for everyone involved. However, I noticed a couple problems regarding the budgeting process that disturb me.