The RHATT Pack Watch Day 257

The RHATT Pack Watch

Day 257

 

Today is Monday, January 7th, Day 257 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.

 

There was a time when White Springs had State supplied work crews to help with US  41 right of way maintenance and other Town activities.  You may recall Officer Bell for years showing up in White Springs three or four days a week with an 8 to 10 person work crew.

 

Back then, “Cousin” Kenny had a to do list of public works related activities that kept everyone busy the entire day.  And then a couple of things happened.  Officer Bell retired and Cousin Robert was accused of sexually assaulting a number of work crew members.  You remember this was the time when “Cousin” Andrew found the evidence being sought by the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department and destroyed it.   For a time, HCCI suspended work crews from White Springs.

 

During this period, the Town replaced “Cousin” Robert with a new Town Manager, Bob Farley.  White Springs re-established its relationship with HCCI and work crews resumed but with a new officer.  HCCI put Ray Vaughn in charge of the work crew with new strong regulations.  Officer Vaughn routinely spent three or four days a week from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm with an 8 to 10 person work crew in White Springs on public works activities.

 

Throughout these periods White Springs had a very meager public works budget with limited staff and equipment, but the Town sparkled.  Importantly, HCCI was happy.  The White Springs Town Council and Administration were happy.  And the work crews who came to White Springs as well as the residents of the Town were happy.  And then it all ended.  So what happened?  Why aren’t HCCI and White Springs working together to have work crews in Town?

 

Currently White Sptings should be in a far better position to effectively use HCCI work crews because former Officer Vaughn now works for White Springs.  Never mind that Vaughn is an Out of Towner” and was hired using one of the Ratt’s and the Lapdog’s hidden and deceptive hiring practices.  He’s here now.  Since he has proven experience managing HCCI work crews, one would think there would be HCCI crews here several days a week but that is not the case.

 

There are a couple of reasons for this.  Apparently, one of the reasons relates to the “Drug Culture” that both the Red-face Ratt and his “Out of Towner” Lapdog “Just keep paying me” Tebow have fostered in Town Hall and throughout the Town.  As you know drugs and other contraband are prohibited at HCCI.  Why would HCCI want to put its work crews into an environment where it was conducive to the production and acquisition of banned materials.  It wouldn’t!

 

But there appears to be another reason also in play.  HCCI is well aware of the Ratt’s sexual proclivities for young fondlings and others.  As you know HCCI has already had a bad experience with work crews in White Springs when over a protracted period between 8 and 10 work crew members were forcibly sexually assaulted.  Clearly HCCI doesn’t want to be in a similar situation as long as the Ratt, his “Gang of Three” and the Lapdog rule White Springs.  The value of the HCCI work crews is worth a couple hundred thousand per year.  You now must pay these costs.

 

The Ratt doesn’t care.  He can seek new flesh elsewhere.  And if and when you complain about the Town’s appearance, he just orders his Lapdog to hire someone with your money.  But you have the power to change this.  You can become part of the solution by being involved.  Learn what challenges are facing White Springs and what some of the potential solutions are to resolve each issue.  Run for Town Council or support Candidates who know White Springs, care about the Town, are honest, competent and willing to work hard to make this community a better place for everyone, not just the “Cousins”.  And help eliminate crime by reporting it to the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000.

 

Work for a Better White Springs by defeating the “Gang of Three”, the Lapdog and the Ratt.  It’s Day 257 and the Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet.  The Rhatt Pack Watch continues!

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