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City Hall Jokes

OCT 15, 2015

"I wonder if anyone but the Reporter noticed how I announced improvements to the city trash plan three weeks before the election after I totally ignored the problems for the past 18 months?" Paul Dyster, lost in thought, late at night

"Hello? Is this microphone on? Can someone please spend a few dollars and replace my missing name plate in the park I donated to the city? Thank you." Luther Jayne, again

There is truth to the rumor that the mayor and council majority have formed a city hall rock band. They're calling it, "Paul Dyster and the three drips."

There is no truth to the rumor that the city's 72nd Street "drip plan" was named after Mayor Dyster.

Looks like city planner Tom DeSantis drew the short straw. The mayor's pyramid builder was the designated spokesman in a recent news story reporting on the 72nd Street repair work. We suspect Tom has a "72nd Street repair project stipend" in his future.

The mayor and council have pledged to have the 72nd Street frozen water pipe problem resolved by the start of winter. It's just not clear if they're talking about this winter or winter 2016.

City survey Mayor Dyster deserves to be voted from office because: A) he wasted $90 million in casino funds B) he left the 72nd Street water lines frozen for two winters C) he built a $50 million courthouse and $45 million train station D) he never explained his anonymous fund cash E) all the above and more







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