The most honest 3 minutes of television, EVER…

Most Honest 3 Minutes

Like the man said, “the first step in solving any problem is recognizing there is one”. For too many years we here in the Pass have refused to do so. Then with the passing of our former mayor and the election of our current one (who wants to change ‘everything’ (overnight), while bypassing the wishes of the people in the process) we have gone from one extreme to another. One did not want anything to change, to one who wants everything to change, to the people’s chagrin.

To be great one must have vision, have the support of the people, and seize the moment. Changing things for the sake of change doesn’t work. What does work is a common vision for the future that the majority buys into.

This mayor and council may finally get on track with the soon to be created Economic Development Committee. This committee, if made up of the right men and women and with the support of council, could very well be the catalyst in recognizing our problem(s), so that we can then go about solving it.

Let’s hope so!


In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

from John Prince
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5 Responses to The most honest 3 minutes of television, EVER…

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know what you guys think of your Community Futures Development Corporation of CNP? This IS your Economic Development Committee that has never operated according to the rules. Run by a bunch of appointed puppets to bypass the election of a board of directors by the general public. Another committee appointed by the council to fool you people again. Don’t you ever learn? These high class consultants are getting paid to fool you one more time.

    Btw/ That’s an excellent 3 minute movie. The facts the way they are. I like that.

    Fred Poirier

  2. Anonymous says:

    Love your blog.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Fred said:
    “Community Futures Development Corporation of CNP”

    HERE is what they are doing.

  4. John Prince says:

    I’ll say three things here:

    1. Seems to me Community Futures CNP has gotten a whole lot more proactive and productive in the last few years, since Shane Stewart got on board, than they ever have in all the years since their conception here in the CNP.

    2. Still have a problem with focusing way too much on “Heritage” and far too little on everything else.

    3. Fred, I believe, as in his own neck of the woods, feels this organization here in the Pass lacks transparency, while flaunting their own Bylaws.


  5. Anonymous says:

    In response to 10:28

    Excuse me, you read their BS all you want. Before you post anything find out if the board of directors are elected like stated in their constitution, then you will be doing something constructive, not just BS.

    Doing their own thing, not having a mandate from the public is a kingdom, not a democracy.

    Fred Poirier

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