Scott Wilson asks questions that have been answered over and over again. Shouldn’t we expect more from the city council president?

I am going to try and answer all of the city council’s questions no matter how ridiculous, frivolous or already answered.  My answers will be in bold.


• Council President Scott Wilson, District 4 


1. Can you explain how similar schools have different plans? Why is one a rebuild and another that appears to be in the same or maybe better condition is a rehabilitation? Is the data available to the public? Yes data is available to the public and has been for months. Plans are developed around a schools needs. https://lookaside.fbsbx.com/file/Facilities-Condition-Index-All-BM-Districts-4-Mar-2019.pdf?


2. What data was provided to change the plan from the original plan? The plan is 1,2 billion over fifteen years, that serves 113 thousand children and 14 thousand staff. Details are going to change frequently. Then unlike the city they worked hard to involve the community.

3. Where do you find the funds to operate a campaign to win in November 2019? Do you expect opposition? Yes they expect opposition from you and the civic council. I have a thousand dollars ready to donate but with 70 percent of the city already behind it I think they will be okay.


4. Out of the 20 community meetings were there meetings held in every city council district? Were council members invited to attend the 20 meetings? Individually invited? I couldn’t say but open source reporting says they were. 


5. What city council districts have schools being completely closed? Are the schools being closed due to low enrollment numbers or for other reasons? A plan has already been outlined. This info has been out there for months and I bet most council persons don’t know what all the schools in their districts are.


6. Where schools are being closed down is there a process to notify the community? Will there be public hearings on those changes prior to voter approval? The district has worked diligently to get the public involved or you know the antitheses of what the council does. One hearing about the landing, public comments at the end of meetings after decisions have been made? 


Most of those questions have been answered, repeatedly.  It shouldn’t be the boards responsibility to spoon feed the council.

One Reply to “Scott Wilson asks questions that have been answered over and over again. Shouldn’t we expect more from the city council president?”

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