Who Wants a Public Vote, Who Doesn’t?
Mary Manross, Art DeCabooter, Jim Lane, The League of Women’s Voters, The Hyatt Gainey and SouthWest Wildlife Conservation Center all think the DDC should go to a public vote. Linda Milhaven does not. Public records reveal the truth.
City Staff didn’t get a copy of the DDC plan until the day it was released. Milhaven got it almost 2 weeks earlier.
What other strings will Milhaven pull to make the DDC happen?
Will she let Campana ignore staff’s recommendation that the project be listed at 120,000 square feet?
Has she granted them delays on their deadlines?
How has this process gotten accelerated?
Someone is granting contract extensions, we think its Milhaven.
Will Milhaven let them spend the fundraising that was supposed to cover costs, not cost overruns?
Linda Milhaven is tone deaf to the reality that the City has turned against the DDC.