Changes coming to Lithonia, Georgia’s 2008 City of Incompetence?

Possibly.

From nearly the first moment she banged the gavel as mayor of Lithonia, Joyce McKibben has been the center of controversy in the small south DeKalb County city.

She butted heads with various members of the city council and fired the police chief, only to see the council reinstate him hours later. She sued the city, claiming executive power, and lost.

On Tuesday, the focus will again be on McKibben as voters go to the polls to decide whether to oust her from the office she has held less than a year.

12 comments

  1. Harry says:

    The proposed bailout will enable banks to resume making risky loans, especially since their loan origination activity is required to be racial quota-driven.

  2. Harry says:

    From Sec. 109 of the “Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008”:

    Allows the Secretary to use loan guarantees and credit enhancement to avoid foreclosures. Requires the Secretary to coordinate with other federal entities that hold troubled assets in order to identify opportunities to modify loans

  3. Harry says:

    Quotas on mortgage approvals are not only a disaster, they are downright counterproductive. But that’s what you get with the bailout bill….more failure. No reform.

  4. Harry says:

    Chris, sorry, but unlike you I have no options. This is a stupid bill and I’m just trying to get the facts on the table.

  5. Rogue109 says:

    Chris, sorry, but unlike you I have no options.

    You are incapable of restraining yourself from posting this off-topic drivel? Wow, you are a very weak and pathetic person, then!

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