Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The "There Goes My Retirement Bridge" bridge time lapse

Kirk Reeves
I wonder how many millions were spent and will be spent on this tourist attraction? Lie to your retirees but light up a damn inanimate bridge.


Anonymous said...

I wonder how much of a kickback the Milwaukie Mayor/Tri-Met employee got?!? He seems to have disappeared from the scene now. Probably living a nice retired life.

Al M said...

He got a job up in Seattle for a 'garbage and recycling' firm.

Must be one hell of a good paying job for him to go up there for that sort of thing.
Don't forget, the garbage business was Tony Sapranos business!

Milwaukie Mayor Jeremy Ferguson to leave office for Seattle job |

Anonymous said...

Thanks for that. It must be one heck of a garbage and recycling job to go to Seattle where the cost of living is so high. Maybe he did get one heck of a kickback from TriMet. The Oregonian should have done a better job at following that trail. Seems fishy.

Anonymous said...

Wait a minute... The article said that he was keeping a place in Milwaukie. Then why wouldn't he continue as Mayor? You don't just give up a gravy gig like that, do you?

Al M said...

Something very strange about it all. I agree