Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Bad Start, Hogsett
Therefore, agreeing to "continue Ballard's legacy" isn't a viable option.
According to IBJ.com, Hogsett "even praised two of the programs — the Vision Fleet electric car contract and BlueIndy car-sharing service — that Democrats on the Indianapolis City-County Council have spent the last year fighting.
“'From a conceptual standpoint, BlueIndy, Vision Fleet, I think are great ideas,' Hogsett said. 'The biggest criticisms haven’t been necessarily on the merits but rather the way the decisions were made.'"
Ummmm, no. There's more to the controversies than just the backroom dealing -- egregious as that is.
Guess we'll have to wait and see if Indy voted for Ballard 2.0 in the guise of somebody who should know better.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 4:24 PM