|Coupled entries, at "Thomaswood." No Jungbauer sign this time.|
CLICK THE IMAGE TO READ THE FIVE SIGNS. The Matt Look sign is the real hummer in this grouping. I call that ingratitude from the Ingrate Couple, for all Tom Gamec did for that pair during Feges-Nedegaard times (and before Nedegaard took the big plunge and popped cash for land).
If you like a "Thomaswood endorsement" then vote "Thomaswood."
But do not ignore the sign coupling for it is representative of other locations, and note that it includes one politician not even in Thomaswood's ward; Ward 4. Just so you can know how the folks feel ...
The McGlone conflict of interest employment arrangement appears no bother, at Thomaswood.
For myself, I think Jim Deal has a better sign selection at his Town Center land. Jim Deal has class too.
In pointing out the signage, readers should recall that Look and McGlone were instrumental in the genesis of the Landform situation. Look was even noted in minutes saying that Jungbauer was with Landform and that might facilitate Ramsey getting State grant money. People might forget Look's early involvement as pivitol, because he bailed out on his Ramsey decisions to chase the county paycheck. But he was there, and his feelings toward Landform likely have not changed, and Field trusting signage along with Look and McGlone signs suggests his alliance with their thinking and record. The suggestion is of a greater likelihood that Field, if elected, would trend with the pro-Landform council faction, and my belief is that would not be good for the city. Whether LeTourneau would favor Landform or not may be an open question, but he at least is careful to appear independent of the bloc on council (including Look when on council) that favor Landform and its contract terms, including monthly cash flows so that total money transfered from Ramsey to Landform now exceeds a million dollars. I hope and expect John LeTourneau will view that with suitable independent skepticism.