This time it is their building program. According to Todd: This is one of the biggest public-works projects we’ve ever seen in the history of Columbus, and local small businesses have been excluded.
Which is not only untrue- since school officials have exceeded their goal to steer 20 percent of the construction dollars to local and economically disadvantaged enterprises– but also irrelavent since the Mayor doesn’t control the School Board.
Antoinette Wilson, Coleman’s campaign director, points this out in her humorous quote from the Dispatch Article:
He’s basically trying to say the mayor should be accountable for a program that’s driven by Columbus Public Schools… Maybe he needs to run for school board.
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