Hocus Pocus — More Moe

Yesterday, and perhaps against all odds, I was able to suss out an actual response from City Commissioner Mary Moe.

Originally, I had intended to more substantively respond to Commissioner Moe today, but alas, life got in the way.

But I offer the following as a teaser for tomorrow’s piece…

On our Facebook post, reader Robert Rutherford proffered the following:

According to Rutherford, Moe dodged answering this simple and straightforward policy question.

But, is he right?

It would appear to be so!

Back in October, Citizen Rutherford asked Candidate Moe her position on monuments:

Now, go to Mary Moe’s city commission Facebook page, and cross-check this exact post from October 28 — what do you see?

Well, you will see this:

Hmmmm, now what’s missing? It’s not the obsequious praise from Electric City Power shill and serially angry despot, Failed Mayor Dona Stebbins. Rather, it would appear to be the innocuous, yet earnest policy question posited by Mr. Rutherford.

Nevertheless, inveterate advocate of “transparency” that she is, Moe appears to have deleted it. Hats off to you, Mary. Very impressive.

Now you see it, now you don’t. (Thankfully, after reading yesterday’s piece, someone caught it and sent it to us. A Democrat, no less!)

So, yes… I will be writing more tomorrow, much more.

Posted by Philip M. Faccenda

Philip M. Faccenda is an AIA award-winning architect and planner. He is the Editor-in-Chief of E-City Beat.

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2 Replies to “Hocus Pocus — More Moe”

  1. Wow. I’ve never SEEN a guy stalk a five foot two woman over such a non-issue before. Impressive. For like they say, mess with Columbus Day and you gonna pay! Capiche? Make her a deal she can’t refuse, Phil. But, do they call you dr. Phil or just the Don? Hey, how bout a generic mass MUREDER day in which we celebrate all mass murderers? Then, no one will feel slighted as you obviously do!


  2. Philip M. Faccenda January 16, 2018 at 3:16 PM

    Kralj, You are very good at stereotypical insults and I don’t think Commissioner Moe feels intellectually threatened by anything asked on this E-City Beat, but I now know why you have been blocked by several blogs. Have a great day!


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