The Serfs Must Challenge the Monarchy

Jan. 5, 2020

I think it is important the communities are listened to and that their voice is heard, particularly with local government, because you are talking very much about communities.

Amherst Town Hall

A gift was given to Rudy Giuliani, oops I meant Dal Giuliani of Amherst, NY. He has been on our very important Planning Board as a holdover for 2 years.

Giuliani’s term on the Planning Board expired in 2017 but for some unknown reason, the Town Board refused the public outcry to remove him or give the public a valid reason.

A government that doesn’t follow the rules in our Town Code is a monarchy, not a Republic. This is a major and intentional move to override our Town Code for the good of our Town Board not for the people of Amherst.

There are several instances where the same person whose term has expired is held over for the good of the town not the people of Amherst. This must stop now. Amherst is either a Republic or a cesspool of a monarchy.

At tomorrow’s Town Board meeting, January 6, 2020, the board will once again put Dal Giuliani¬†officially on the Planning Board as well as name him the Chairman of the new board called the Design Advisory Board.

2 Responses to “The Serfs Must Challenge the Monarchy”

  1. Bobby says:

    Dal Giuliani, noted tool for developers and a big player on the disastrous Imagine Amherst Experiment gets another stint on the Planning Board and becomes Chair on a new Design Advisory Board? Proof positive that the Peter Principle is alive and well and Incompetence is not only tolerated but is rewarded in Amherst.

  2. Machiavelli says:

    I think Kulpa prefers Emperor.