Can the flames thus engendered be doused with iced tea flavored Kool Aid? Will councilmen Jeff Gahan and Pat McLaughlin, the latter possessing the only known copy of the city's financial report, continue to excel in political spelunking?
Must the NAACP wait to protest a council meeting until after Jack Messer formally becomes a Republican? Is uncouncilman Price filling his rental properties with air mattresses and cans of pork and beans, and announcing a spring gala sale on room and board?
Is the Open Air Museum really this entertaining, or are we just that bored?
Business still to be decided for New Albany council; Council to take final vote on $7.4 million sewer loan Tuesday night, by Daniel Suddeath (Tribune)
The final piece of a sewer-rate increase puzzle will be vetted by the New Albany City Council today.
At 5 p.m., the council will convene to take a final ballot on a loan ordinance that would allow the sewer utility to accept a $7.4 million state loan. The second reading of the measure passed 5-4.
The third reading was delayed so sewer attorney Greg Fifer could finalize the rate structure and other details of the loan.