As November 7th approaches there are critical issues facing the Village of Forestville. Apparently the candidates for mayor will not debate so here are some questions voters should be asking when they knock on your door:
1). City Hall
The hysterics and drama of City Council have supplied the local press with many lengthy articles. What would you as mayor do to preserve this valuable resource for yellow journalism?
2). Route 6 Construction
What troubles you most about Route 6 construction? The large influx of people from Plainville who will flood the city after it is finished, or the traffic delays caused by road detours and shirtless construction men?
3). City Hall and Memorial Boulevard School
You say that the city should examine the possibility of moving City Hall to Memorial Boulevard School. But can you tell us how you plan to do that, considering that City Hall weighs over 20,000 tons?
4). Günter Nimtz
Critics say you are afraid to take on tough issues. They point to the fact that when Günter Nimtz claimed to violate relativity by transmitting photons faster than the speed of light, you were absolutely silent.
If you are elected mayor, can voters be assured you will tackle other hard issues that affect Bristol. Issues like school menu choice, whether music is defined by duration and environmental context or content, and the inconsistency of material implication with conditional logic.
5). Irrelevant topic and education
Bristol has a sister city in Greece and one in North Korea. What would you do to invigorate a study-abroad program so that Bristol students can learn in schools in Greece as well as in one of North Korea’s prestigious prisons?