The city council of Charlottetown are intent on ridding the city streets of young beggars, people that panhandle for money. At the same time they give themselves a large pay raise and hire Peter Kelly as the new CAO for the city. Kelly comes with a history of some very questionable acts of conduct. But hey, first things first, get rid of the panhandlers!!. Then we have the Provincial government, they are generous to a fault eh?? Poor old Homburg need a loan. Probably one of his private jets needed an oil change. No problem says Ghiz, hows about around 40 million, will that tide you over. No need to worry though, the present deputy premier defended this loan. he tells us he spent time on treasury board whilst in the Ghiz government and any loans that came through, were given due diligence. He is quite sure this is the case with the Homburg loan! So no need for us little people to worry. Remember the deputy premier (Alan McIssac) was elected by the toss of a coin. Plus, we really should be grateful to Homburg, didn’t he recently donate one million dollars of our money to the Confederation Centre so they could re-name it the Homburg Theatre? So folks lets not be petty, lets pay attention to the things that are important and rid the streets of our capitol city of panhandlers. My only question, do we start with the young panhandlers on street corners or do we go after the big time panhandlers in municipal and provincial government.
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