Friday, July 21, 2006 | Responding to Peters on Kroll. This is Peters at his best or his worst depending on your point of view. The council told him to get Kroll and KPMG before them. So Peters has a talk with Dalhburg and now there is no appearance. Peters has publicly stated he has to go along to get along so the public gets more of the same – inaction. Where is the accountability that was supposedly part of the legislative branch? When Peters took over he stopped the reports to council with a lame excuse. He also strongly supported the concept of making Kroll the audit committee. He strongly supported V & E.

In previous articles has stated that when leaders fail, they fail the public and it is the voters who should hold them accountable. That would work in city wide election, but in district elections it fails. Just how do we hold Peters accountable for his lack of performance on the Kroll mess? I do not expect Peters to solve the financial issues of the city, but I expect him to be part of the solution, right now he is part of the problem.

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