City land used for political purposes
For the past two weeks about 10 signs for the ballot question # 3 "Yes on 3 for kids," http://www.yeson3forkids.org were in the Joan Lorenz Park along
On Thursday November 2, 2006, I reported this to the election commission, Mr. Kaplan. He told me that the police or the DPW enforce that law. He said he would call them to report it. In any case on Saturday November 4, 2006 the signs were still there between Ellery Street and Trowbridge Street. If Barrios can do it why can't we? Cambridge's and Harvard's own state senator statethe lead example for others. What a guy! What a role model.
Here's one more example of laws not being enforced in the city, uh, except for the three minute rule at City Council meetings and the speak-to-an-item-on-the-agenda provocative tactic of the Mayor to discourage public participation in government.
Hypocrisy was never a strong trait of politicians or government officials.
Brute power abusing vulnerable citizens is.
Roy Bercaw, Editor
PO Box 400297
Cambridge MA 02140 USA