New Mayor in Town?

Posted Monday, April 23, 2012, at 9:04 AM
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  • No offense to the current mayor of Brazil - I'm sure he's a stand-up guy. But I think a lot more of this can be attributed to his predecessors, who spent the better part of a decade cleaning up the mess left behind by THEIR predecessor.

    If you will recall, once upon a time Brazil had a mayor who "liberated" funds from various accounts for use on some rather questionable projects. It has taken a great deal of effort on the part of a number of people, over a rather extended period of time, to clean up that mess. Without their efforts, none of these street projects would have been possible - there simply would not have been any money available.

    So while I certainly appreciate the speed with which these tasks are now being completed, I also appreciate the hard work of all those people who made it even possible for the new mayor to do his job.

    -- Posted by ididntdoit on Mon, Apr 23, 2012, at 4:12 PM
  • There is a new feeling in the air around Brazil, a more pleasant and a git er done kind of feeling. Can't attribute that to the past mayor, please lolol they had their turn. Thank you Mayor Wyndam!

    -- Posted by myownlittleworld1 on Wed, Apr 25, 2012, at 6:32 AM
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