Solving the dilemma of whether to impeach or not impeach their mayor might  be  solved in a straightforward procedure so simple as  working together prioritizing the work currently on their agenda for  what’s good for their town and the voters that elected them.



Solving the dilemma of whether to impeach or not impeach their mayor might  be  solved in a straightforward procedure so simple as  working together prioritizing the work currently on their agenda for  what’s good for their town and the voters that elected them.
Oops, did I say actually say “working together” to make a collective decision on behalf of continued city progress?  Undoubtedly, L.O. residents and the public, far and wide, alike, are laughing at that bit of homey hope and innocence.  Laughing for how many years now, to the ongoing profound repeated detriment of Lake Ozark?
Looking at this dilemma again, not a new one, certainly, and all the other back-peddling, wasted time fiasco’s of  the past,  shouldn’t we be asking “Who and How can this sudden impending dilemma be solved and Lake Ozark helped to escape the political pit of 2010 and allowed to grow and prosper?
Will the Lake Ozark voters be able to renew their faith in the power of the people, their own combined strength, to come to  City Hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday to demonstrate their hope and determination to  keep this historically twice elected mayor in his seat & working with a new city administrator,  in a new City Hall to move us forward on the course they have already set.  
I sat with such a bunch in our former town hall who approved the move. It was pleasant and positive, a powerful presence and voice.  Lake Ozark can be a fine hometown.
Positive headlines will help us more than anything. Let’s all take this chance to support our mayor through his whole term of office while not  challenging our new hard-sought city administrator to keep the train on the track and rolling — for us!
Sharon F. Cogdill, Lake Ozark