At least Councilman Polensek sees the bigger picture. How many other decision makers have a clue & the guts to do the right thing? Let's keep track of these characters and make sure they're thrown out if they squander taxpayer funds & opportunity's. The city didn't get in the shape it's in through smart effective governing.
For all the people that shout "Slim down big government" there sure is a line of "Free Market" proponents jumping in line for tax payer funded projects. The last economic crash shows me the private sector (brightest & best minds) can screw up as big as anyone. The best we can hope for are projects that are well thought out with a high expectation of actually succeeding. There's a way to do this & it doesn't include shooting from the hip.
City of Cleveland could do a better job? Really? Could some independent group/ person with a 15-20 year historic background give us an honest recounting of Cleveland's track record on projects from planning to completion? Is this just another case of politicians thinking they're smarter than they really are?
Interesting comment. It's nice when you get some factual history. I guess someone should have done their homework prior to writing.
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