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Bill Broussard

If we’re not very careful we’ll end up with our own version of The Munsters at the head table in Council chambers. I stopped reading this nonsense when the term “ Democratic operative “ popped up. Is non-partisan competence too much to ask for in a local election? Who grows and distributes these folks and won’t you please let us return them to you?

Mary Branum

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Analyzing a Bond's Safety

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It is disconcerting to read a newly seated councilman has no confidence in a potentially elected official prior to the election and misstates the fact the financial information cam from the City, not the candidate. This does not bode well for the future of a council who is to work together for the betterment of its citizens.

Bill Broussard

Mary. Sometimes folks misstates by

Mistake, sometimes to be deceptive. In either case you can’t yet rule out “not the brightest star in the sky” either.

Charlotte O'rourke

I don’t agree with Bill’s comments on the financial health of the city, or about Dr. Brown’s performance as a leader, but Bill obviously worked hard to get elected. Congratulations on your win, Bill.

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