This is really starting to be a joke of sisyphean …

Comment on Conflict of interest raised in council’s rejection of gallery offer by Michael Dean.

This is really starting to be a joke of sisyphean proportions. This gallery was promised / promoted by Labor before the last election, well over three years ago and still nothing has happened.
There is every chance in under a year they could be voted out or made impotent because of the independents, meanwhile Alice has nothing to show for the failed Gunner experiment … except crime and chaos on our streets.
If the crime we are expected to tolerate in Alice Springs was in a capital city on the east coast or similar, it would be on TV and in newspapers with editors demanding accountability.
As a town, we should be demanding accountability from this government about a project they put forward to gain votes regarding the art gallery, and their inability or incompetence to actually achieve what they said they would do.

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Well, like it or not at least we know where they stand. It beats the four years of fumbling we have experienced at the hands of Gunner and Co.


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