November 11, 2010

A Town Story Being Missed at the State Level

Justin Katz

In all of its coverage of the election, thus far, including an "Election Digest" published last Thursday, the Providence Journal — like every other major news outlet in the state — has neglected to report on the fact that my local taxpayer group, Tiverton Citizens for Change, has taken a commanding role on the Town Council. Granted, we're out here on the edge of the state, but the fact that a much-vilified group has placed its president, David Nelson, who happens also to be the target of an outlandish slander lawsuit filed by two outgoing council members, has taken a public office, along with enough of his allies to constitute a majority, is surely newsworthy.

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Interesting choice of words Justin... "...a commanding role.."

Posted by: Watchful at November 11, 2010 8:46 PM

Congrats to them and the Town. Of course, now they will have the lens turned on them to produce meaningful outcomes consistent with their rhetoric. I hope that it turns out well for everyone.

Posted by: John at November 11, 2010 9:52 PM
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