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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

C.A.T. Board member uses mayor’s name in vain, claims police are “watching” producers

Posted By on Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 11:03 AM

Like a maddened bull, one of the remaining Gang of Three on the C.A.T. Board sent an angry email to one of the critics of the board, not realizing that the CAT board listserv is subject to FOIA. At any rate, she made the interesting threat:

Not only is the City, the police across the street and the prosecuting attorney are watching you and your friends.

The mayor is my neighbor and he is a very smart guy. The people in the Mayors' office are very well aware of what is going on and you don't look very smart.

The letters goes on about the board has been slandered - though she never says how.

As one of the “friends” that the board member in question is referring to, I’m not sure how to take this.

You’re threatening me, you idiot?

Okay, that’s out of my system. I guess I’m angry because there are so many good board members,but  the antics of people like this overshadow their good work.

It should be noted that no one from the agencies mentioned by the C.A.T. board members have spoken to anyone from C.A.T.

If the Jordan administration hasn’t tumbled to the fact that this is a classic management/labor situation, it never will.

rsdrake@cox.net

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