Thursday, August 24, 2006

Mallory Comes Clean After Letter from T.O.A.S.T.

"It's basically down to AIG and Western & Southern," Mallory said. "We're all very familiar with the projects Western & Southern has done. The working group thought it would be a good idea to take me and Phil down to see (AIG's) work. What developed there is very similar to what we want at The Banks, that sort of mix.

Read all about it here... (Enquirer: Local officials recently toured Atlanta site)

This does not sound good to the taxpayers of Cincinnati. Unannounced and secretive meetings on private jet planes. What did they talk about on the private jet plane. Is this just more secretive meetings on how our tax dollars are going to be spent? Why didn't Mallory and Heimlich announce that they were going to Atlanta to speak with potential developers? Why wasn't Portune or DeWine informed?

This is gross negligence on the part of Heimlich and Mallory... Has any rules been broken by them going down to Atlanta on a secretive trip?

Letter to: Portune, Heimlich, DeWine

Dear Commissioners,

It was recently revieled by the Enquirer that a secretive trip between Mark Mallory, Phil Heimlich, and Bob Castellini had taken place to Atlanta aboard Mr. Castellini's private jet. Have any rules been broken between the BWG and citizens of Hamilton County. Are there any rules to meetings and announcements that are not open to the public?

Sincerely,

Peter Deane
President T.O.A.S.T.

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