I hope everyone has enjoyed the extended weekend and has had time to decompress a little. We are about to embark on a very ardurous jorney, but the rewards will be dramatic. This is something that can no longer be tolerated in little towns all over the country.
The power-hungry elitist group will no longer hold the working class little people hostage. We have rights, and we have responsibilities.
I also want to encourage everyone, if you haven't already, please do what you can to help those lost souls in New Orleans and surrounding areas. I can't imagine what terror they must be feeling. It is a true tragedy, and our national government has not responded well to this internal upheavel. It leaves one scared and prayerfull that no such devestation will visit our shores again.
Keep them in your thoughts and be thankful for what you have. Even if it's not much, it's much more than many others, so count your blessings.
On Tuesday we will move forward with more information and interesting facts about the sanitation department. Even if they sign the contract, we will work to have it repealed.
Garner and his administrative decision making has done too much damage to New Albany already. We will resist further harm.