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4 thoughts on “Bainbridge council-manager discussion on NPR’s KUOW

  1. What a perfect place for Darlene to be, NPR land. That program is light-weight fluff — all the better.

  2. I am sorry but if Darlene thinks, as written in the article above, that she was successful in difficult times she has according to all us voters (70%) another thought coming. Even to use the word manage is a mistake as we all know she was not a manager and/or a leader. The City is a mess. The only thing she was successful at was, until people smarted up, convincing the public that the problem was the Council. To put it succintly, the problem for the current issues is GONE!

  3. The Mayor should not take it personally. Most people on Bainbridge think that the people that are currently running it, both elected and in other “service” positions are incompetent, overpaid and are turning the residents of Bainbridge Island into victims of the Peter Principle. Will this vote change that? A) It remains to be seen.
    B) I certainly hope so.

  4. I know where the concept of the Peter Priciple came from- Directly from our very own Peters who helped the Mayor set back this City decades and created the huge debits and no monies that we currently are experiencing. Poor planning, poor management, and then poor spending best decribes these two.

    And why shouldn’t the Mayor take it personally as this vote would never ocurred were it not for her and lack of skills that drove the voter/taxpayers to the brink.

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