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From: Noel Taylor
Received: Sept. 16
Earlier this month, you published an article in which Priscilla Scalf opined that Kristen Brown was not keeping up the bricks and mortar projects expected of a mayor.
Perhaps Scalf, or whoever fed her that wording, would be willing to explain the meaning of “bricks and mortar.”
It couldn’t mean concrete and asphalt, since Brown entered office facing a 16-year backlog of critical street repair needs in Columbus, and since it was reported last week that so far Brown’s administration has retired almost half of that backlog. I’m quite aware that political rhetoric doesn’t rely upon facts, but it would shame Scalf less if her allegations weren’t the exact opposite of the public record.
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