Tuesday, December 05, 2006

2006 Year in Review

Detroit's Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick issued a 9-page press release this morning, which chronicled his Administration's accomplishments in 2006. In it, he talked extinsively about developments in downtown Detroit but also talked about the neighborhoods as well.

I campaigned against the Mayor in 2005 and continue to believe that there is still an enormous amount of room for improvement in terms of how the City of Detroit is operated. There aren't enough police officers on our streets. We pay too much in taxes and don't get enough services in return.

However, in spite of those facts, I have to admit that the Mayor's job performance in 2006 was vastly superior to what we saw in 2004 or 2005.

And that gives me hope for 2007.

If you are interested, you read the Mayor's full press release here. (Adobe Reader required.)

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