Letter to Editor:

The members of the Hartselle City Council have been there way to long, they have become stale and their energy to get up get out and look around their city and fix what needs fixing, the streets, the buildings, the structure of our city. Look around you when you drive down the city streets or look at the buildings. it speaks for itself….anyone who sits in that seat for to long doesn’t have the drive nor motivation to keep up with what needs done….they do the bare minimum. your tax dollars are sometimes misused in budgets that is put ahead of others……I think we need an audit of the books to check the incoming taxes vs. the outgoing and let the city see where their taxes is going. We do need some new blood, on the council with some new ideas and let the ones on there now go ahead and enjoy their retirement.

 

Randy Kirby

Hartselle

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