Yesterday's op-ed by John David Dyche shines a bright light on some questionable city practices. How can the Downtown Development Corporation ("DDC"), who is responsible for "planning for the long-term economic health and vitality of downtown," honestly support aÂ 23 lane wide Spaghetti Junction?
Furthermore, why isÂ theÂ current Chairman ofÂ DDCÂ a past President of River Fields. And why would he also be on the Build the Bridges Coalition, when he clearly doesn't support building the East End Bridge? Does anyone on the Coalition actually support the most needed, least expensive bridge?
What is going on in River City?
Read Dyche's: Abramson's lordly waysÂ (We've got to give the C-J a little "cred" for actually running this piece. Out of character, but a good thing nonetheless.)