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Friday, December 23, 2011

Twelve Days Of Christmas in Mat Su


On the first day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have a veto proof Assembly and a ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,

On the second day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial  Mayor in a birch tree.

On the third day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree.

On the fourth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree.

On the fifth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree.

On the sixth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have 6 subdivision plats with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,

On the seventh day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,

On the eighth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have a new neighborhood coal mine, 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,


On the ninth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have limited public comment, a new neighborhood coal mine, 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,


On the tenth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have an ethics code under attack, limited public comment, a new neighborhood coal mine, 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,


On the eleventh day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have no place to park their new ferry, an ethics code under attack, limited public comment, a new neighborhood coal mine, 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,

On the twelfth day of Christmas the people of Mat Su have a big bright open for business sign that always was aglow, no place to park their new ferry, an ethics code under attack, limited public comment, a new neighborhood coal mine, 7 hour Assembly meetings, 6 subdivisions with no road access, 5 voting nonresident property owners in community council areas, 4 subdivisions without water from mining in the water table, 3 gravel pits on each side of their property, no tower ordinance, a veto proof Assembly and ceremonial Mayor in a birch tree,

The Citizen Lobbyist wishes all a Happy Holiday Season!

***Some of the content in this article is a figment of the CL’s vivid imagination.









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