We have seen and heard enough. It’s painfully clear the Commission on Marine Resources and the Department of Marine Resources need a clean break from the past and need new leadership.
The crisis of public confidence in the commission and the agency requires a change in both.
We see no one on the commission who is willing to step up and take responsibility for idly standing by during the years of questionable practices and spending. No one to say they, as commissioners, are ultimately responsible for the agency that seems to have misplaced millions of your dollars. Continue Reading………
From Jeff Adelson’s Questions remain about Crescent City Connection’s future, with or without tolls published yesterday on NOLA.com:
To pay for the ferries, like most ferries ever, pay as you go fees. The lighting: All was well before lighting was installed, turn them off, As for grass cutting; borrow a goat from the petting zoo, or perhaps donations from those who want to pay tolls, will buy a herd of goats. Methinks, government folk, have a problem, with letting a cash cow go. Aaron Broussard could be the first goat herder. ~ S. Pimpernel
Indeed Aaron Broussard is a Goatherdering original.