The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Tuesday, January 15th, Day 265 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.
A week ago, the White Springs Town Council held its first Council meeting of the new year. The Red-face Ratt was there even though his face was exceedingly Red and Blotchy. However, unfortunately for the Ratt, one of his “:Gang of Three” members Mindless “Splain it to me” Tanja was absent. According to sources close to Mindless, apparently while several fourth or fifth graders read and explained the Council Agenda to her, she still was incapable of understanding it. Had she attended the Council meeting, she would have been completely in the dark as usual. At the beginning of the meeting, the Town presented three awards for Christmas decorations to local property owners.
Shortly thereafter, a local citizen rose to comment on his contacts and discussions with the Florida Department of Transportation and the Office of the Attorney General. While both Agencies are undertaking their own investigations of White Springs illicit use of Local Option Fuel Tax revenues, they suggested this individual also file a citizen’s complaint concerning “Public Corruption” with the Federal Bureau of Investigation ASAP. An audience member sitting in the back of the room, with a Ratt Red Face Meter indicated that it pegged, while the Ratt listened to those remarks.
Shortly thereafter Councilwoman Miller asked to move the Accounts Payable from the Consent Docket to New Business to permit discussion and a separate vote. Next the Council considered the contract between the County and the Town regarding fire protection and related emergency services. After throwing a tantrum, the Ratt, with the “Gang” member illegal alien Suck-up “Mini-Me Despot” Mayor Lofty, voted against the contract.
Later the Council considered renewal of the contract for Town Attorney, Hatton. The Ratt and Lapdog proposed increasing Hatton’s rate by 25%. Have you ever received a 25% pay raise after a failed first year’s work performance? Remember Hatton’s part of the cabal that is illegally spending LOFT revenues on designer water, clothing, personal vehicles and a host of other items. Councilman McKenzie disapproved of the rate increase and requested negotiations with Hatton or others. A vote failed. The Ratt threw another tantrum.
The Lapdog proposed purchasing a new $350,000-400,000 pumper for the non-existent Fire Department. When Councilwoman Miller questioned about how it would be paid for, the Lapdog had no answer. White Springs, you know, money just grows on trees. Anyway, the Ratt threw his forth and fifth tantrum of the evening. Next the Accounts payable was discussed. Since the primary source of monies was the illegal use of LOFT revenues, Councilman McKenzie and Councilwoman Miller voted against payment. However, the Ratt pointed out that he had already illegally ordered, without Council approval, that payment be made.