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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Dogtown follies

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 8:32 AM

You gotta love a city -- rocked by allegations that one former alderman tried to steer city business to a contractor to pay off a gambling debt and another is accused of selling guns to a Mafia family -- that fills the indicted ex-alderman's seat with SOMEONE WHO HOLDS THE CITY TOWING CONTRACT. North Little Rock Mayor Pat Hays' pal James Phillips now no longer needs an insider at City Hall to help him with his city towing contract. He's inside. And wasn't it a nice touch that the accused gun-running alderman made the motion?

Where's the Farkleberry Follies when we need them?

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