Each year the taxpaying citizens of Westfield contribute millions of dollars to the town's coffers. In the spirit of St Patrick's Day, The Fact of The Matter asks Mayor Skibitsky to find the money, the pot of gold, to accommodate the taxpaying resident's request to meet it's consulting engineer Mr. Meth. Mayor Skibitsky has refused the requests of residents and Town Council members to have Mr. Meth appear at a council meeting. Mayor, are the Town's pockets empty, as your character suggests in the video below?
Mr. Meth holds the answers, the truth, to the many unanswered questions residents have concerning the placement of a pedestrian activated traffic signal at the cul-de-sac'd intersection of Central & Cambridge and not at the original proposed location of Central & Clover.
Up until now, Mr. Meth's existence is a mystery. Why does Mayor Skibitsky wish to keep Mr. Meth hidden from public scrutiny? Perhaps the Mayor's claims as to why the pedestrian light at Central & Cambridge is located where it stands today, are of mythical proportion just like that of Leprechaun's and the pot of gold that can be found at the end of a rainbow. Mayor Skibitsky, what have you done with our money? Why are you hiding Mr. Meth?
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