The City of DeKalb’s Citizen Community Enhancement Committee is requesting some $54,000 — roughly the same amount cut this year from the Social Services fund — to put the City’s new logo on signs around town. The CCEC would also like the Daily Chronicle’s advertisers to force the newspaper to reign in (or censor) its bloggers. Not so coincidentally many are marching on City Hall this afternoon and evening to let city leaders know they want better government than that.
What: March and Rally for Good Government
When: Monday, November 9, 5:15-6 p.m.
Where: Assemble at Lincoln & First Street; march to the Municipal Building on South Fourth
More: Bring signs if you can, and a smile for the cameras. Place sign ideas in comments if you like, and help us go viral with the info.
There’s quite a few people upset with the goings on at 200 South Fourth Street these days. Alderman doing business with the City behind closed doors. Cutting social services and then giving the equivalent money to “community enhancement?” The list goes on and on and on. A Wall of Shame could easily be put together of the misdeeds at City Hall.
I’ll be marching…