We might want to offer him some natural-based products by The Good Home Company!
Seriously, this is so refreshing to hear. According to the Dallas Morning News, who is still hot on the trail, Mayor Mike ordered a shake-up of the four City Council members who serve on the pension board’s trustee panel of 12. He says Scott Griggs can stay. Scott had my reaction to the legal bullying tactics of the lawyers hired to handle whatever it is they are handling. But the Mayor wants to bring in three fresh voices: my new city councilman, Lee Kleinman, plus newbie Phillip Kingston, and Rawling’s ally Tennell Atkins.
All great guys, and this is super news, but what about Jennifer Gates? I was just thinking yesterday, right here down the block from Lee, wonder what some of our newer city council members think about the events of late? What would Jennifer Staubach Gates, do, and this is totally one of my wilder and crazier thoughts, but wouldn’t her dad, Roger Staubach, add a nice touch to any new PR campaign or panel of reason? Few can bring people together like Roger Staubach.
Of course Lee is amazing. True doer. Right after he was elected our streets were re-paved.
Here’s a link to the story, if you subscribe. If not, here’s the gist:
In an interview Monday, the mayor said that Museum Tower, which the pension fund owns, was not the focus of his decision. He said that because Dallas taxpayers are ultimately on the hook for any shortfalls of the more than $3 billion fund, he wanted to make sure the board is making good investment decisions.
“I’ve been on investment committees, and I think the best investment committees are those that believe in healthy debate about strategies and tactics, not that are always in lock step,” Rawlings said. “The team that I’m nominating will ensure that there’s going to be fresh debate, and that our public safety professionals are taken care of, because the right questions are going to be asked.”
But I still want to know: did the Nasher folks produce any fake commentary?