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No Surprise, Really

Gedunker

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From 12.30.2003 USAToday:

Pennsylvania: Norristown -- A charter study commission recommended that the office of mayor be eliminated and most mayoral duties be given to the Borough Council. It recommended creating a municipal adminstrator's office to handle day-to-day operations. Mayor Ted LeBlanc doesn't support the changes.


Doesn't it just seem obvious that, when a charter study commission recommends that your job be eliminated, you would object?
 

Rumpy Tunanator

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Gedunker said:
Doesn't it just seem obvious that, when a charter study commission recommends that your job be eliminated, you would object?
Same thing happened here with the council downsizing. Good riddiance to the losers jan. 1st
 
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