The needler in the haystack.

Monday, January 28, 2013

More on Mayor's PACC


The Red Queen hosts a tea party.
 
Turns out Plainfield Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs did have an event for her Plainfield African-Caribbean Committee Saturday evening at City Hall.

What?! You didn't get an invite? Don't feel too bad, it evidently wasn't designed to be for just anybody -- even if public money was spent on eats and drinks.


An interested citizen tells me there were about thirty folks in attendance and the mayor's remarks skirted the edge of political campaigning.

Meanwhile, a Plainfield Today reader says that while channel surfing recently they caught a glimpse of Her Honor presiding at a 'meeting' of the same committee in City Hall Library, which is interesting considering Mayor Robinson-Briggs hasn't been able to get the Council meetings to be broadcast for months and months.

I guess there are priorities.


-- Dan Damon [follow]

View today's CLIPS here. Not getting your own CLIPS email daily? Click here to subscribe.

3 comments:

Pat Turner Kavanaugh said...

Wow, Dan, PAAC is so close to PAC. Makes you wonder? Were tax dollars used? How many?For what? Just opening City Hall on Saturday evening costs tax bucks.

Anonymous said...

Too bad there is such divide in Plainfield. We really all want the same thing - safe streets - good education for the kids - quality of life - good property value.

Those in power seem to fool a group into thinking that they can supply those thing to them. Too bad they can't see through the selfishness.

Anonymous said...

Please tell me tax payers money wasn't used for this nothing-to-do with the City meeting.