"In the longer term, stronger City Council oversight and regulation may not be sufficient to address the multitude of organizational and technical problems plaguing the S&WB," the report states. "However, it is a better interim approach than changing the board's composition until policymakers can determine the best long-term solutions to the S&WB's problems."What happens in the longer term? Dunno. I guess that will be up to Troy Henry.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
What happens in the "longer term"
BGR doesn't really say. They do know, that in the meantime they aren't interested in returning S&WB to anything resembling direct city council control. They'd rather preserve the current mix of mayoral cronies, and people approved (for some never explained reason) by university presidents. "In the longer term," they want to do something else.