And Then There Were 6?

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More and more names are crowding the list of peeps who want Archie Brooks’ job. I count at least 5. I have a lead on a 6th, but I’m still working to get a hold of her.

Here’s my list so far…

Som Baccam–She used to serve on the DSM schoool board. She worked behind-the-scenes to try to get Brooks kicked off the council. (41 years old)

Jo Anne Corigliano–She lost to Brooks in 1999. She works at Home Depot and helped start the South Side Revitalization Partnership. (62 years old)

Joe Henry–Helped Frank Cownie become mayor. He’s a real estate agent. (49 years old)

Brian Meyer–He’s the youngest of the bunch at 33. He’s an asst. A.G. and is a DSM planning and zoning commish.

Becky Morelock–She’s been a neighborhood activist for years. (59 years old)

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  • Anonymous

    ~Good Chooice~Som Baccam–She used to serve on the DSM schoool board. She worked behind-the-scenes to try to get Brooks kicked off the council. (41 years old)~Good Choice~Jo Anne Corigliano–She lost to Brooks in 1999. She works at Home Depot and helped start the South Side Revitalization Partnership. (62 years old)~Absolutely Not (Inside Circle and kick backs are the norm)~Joe Henry–Helped Frank Cownie become mayor. He’s a real estate agent. (49 years old)~Absolutely Not (More attorneys and corrupt government officals? Heck no)~Brian Meyer–He’s the youngest of the bunch at 33. He’s an asst. A.G. and is a DSM planning and zoning commish.~An activitist is 1000% better than any attorney)~Becky Morelock–She’s been a neighborhood activist for years. (59 years old)

  • Anonymous

    I like it when people point out these interesting attributes. It helps bring to light what their real motivations are. Real Estate Agent or Lawyer = Self Serving, Activist or regular person = Sick of Current Operations.So, I know which side I am leaning to. The smart one.

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