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  1. Whoopee !! BI taxpayers now get the $80,000 election bill to vote on what could have been voted on election day in November. Ms. Vancil stated: “Without the bill, an islander could have run for mayor and won in November, but that election would have been moot. That, said Vancil, is expensive for candidates and for the city.” So, Ms. Vancil, let me get this straight, now the Mayoral candidates still have the cost of running for office when voters say no to the change and the taxpayers get bilked for this special election.

    The problem is not the office of the Mayor but rather the woman in that office and a Council that was asleep at the wheel for many years.

    Call to Recall: see http://www.YouTube.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz-e3n68VT8&feature=related.

    $80,000 in taxpayer money would fill quite a few potholes and other efforts to provide core COBI functions.

    The photo-op picture of Governor Christine and the movers of this bill is very telling.

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