This is the eugenic story of a corrupt institutional racist called
Assistant City Manager Bryan Day.
That's right folks, tune in soon to hear an undeniable story of Jim Crow Corruption starring former River Market Manager Supervisor & currently redundantly serving as Assistant City Mgr. Bryan Day Of
The City Of Little Rock.
PLEASE MAKE ME PROVE YOUR CORRUPTION & PERJURY AGAINST MY NATION SIR. IT WOULD BE MY ABSOLUTE CREOLE PLEASURE. YOU HAVE HIDDEN BEHIND THAT WONDERFUL HEALTH CARE PLAN TOO LONG & FOR WHAT? WE DON'T EVEN N-E-E-D YOU IN THIS CITY. WE HAVE B-O-T-H: M-A-Y-O-R & CITY MANAGER. WE DON'T NEED NO MO' CHIEFS, ESPECIALLY ODD OBSTRUCTIONISTS LIKE YOURSELF, THAT CLAIM RIVER MARKETS ARE SUPPOSED TO LOSE MONEY!!!!
MY PEOPLE WILL SUFFER NO LONGER BY YOUR RACIALIST EUGENIC/OBSTRUCTIONIST HAND. YOUR PATTERN IS AS OBVIOUS AS THE JIM CROW HIGH SCHOOL YOU GRADUATED FROM- YOUR RACIST PATTERN IS OBVIOUS.
YOU SIR ARE THE EPITOME OF BUREAUCRATIC REDUNDANCY AND THE TRUE BLIGHT UPON OUR BELEAGUERED ECONOMY. YOUR HEALTH CARE PLAN COULD PROBABLY KEEP AT LEAST THREE OF OUR TRIBE MEMBERS HEALTHY, YET YOU THINK YOU CAN CONTINUE TO SPIT IN OUR FACE WITHOUT CONSEQUENCE. WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF YOUR MISFEASANCE.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED.
YOU ARE IN DIRECT VIOLATION OF OUR SACRED SOVEREIGNTY'S & PROTECTED RIGHT TO SELF- DETERMINATION.
THE PEOPLE OF THIS INHERITANCE LAND HAVE SPOKEN TO YOU TRUE AND FINAL.
THE CHIEF ELDER, AMERICAN CREOLE INDIAN NATION
Here is a little background on the malfeasant perjuring Anti-Creole & Institutional Racist:
Little Rock, AR (3 October 2005) After conducting a national search, City Manager Bruce Moore today announced the selection of Little Rock Parks and Recreation Director Bryan Day to be the next Assistant City Manager . Day has been serving as Interim Assistant City Manager since March of this year. He succeeds Bob Turner who retired earlier this year.
“I have worked closely with Bryan since we started at City Hall in the early 1990s,” Moore said. “With the Bob Turner’s retirement, I began searching for someone who understood the priorities of the Mayor and City Board of Directors as we maintain our commitment to the citizens of Little Rock . Through his involvement with this office, the Parks Department, and the 2004 Bond program, I knew that Bryan had the unique mix of skills I was seeking. His leadership, professionalism, and dedication to the City are outstanding. I look forward to continuing to work with him in this new role.”
“I am honored to have been asked by Bruce to move into this position on his team,” said Day. “The City of Little Rock has so much to offer. Since I joined City Hall, it has been my pleasure to interact with countless citizens on many issues. I look forward to new challenges and opportunities as we work together to make Little Rock an even better place to live and work.”
Day, a native of Little Rock , began at City Hall as an administrative operations manager in the City Manager ’s Office. After serving in administrative positions in that office, he was named Assistant Director of the Parks and Recreation Department in 1996. In 1999, Day was named Director of Parks and Recreation.
Under Day’s leadership, the Parks and Recreation Department achieved national accreditation. His tenure also saw the adoption of the system’s first comprehensive master plan in over 80 years. Other achievements include the development of the Arkansas River Trail, the opening of the Stephens Community Center , the creation of a Therapeutic Recreation program, the opening of the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, and the beginning of the Little Rock Marathon.
Prior to joining the City of Little Rock , Day worked for the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism. He holds both a Bachelor and a Master’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock . Day and his wife Betsy have two children, Sierra and Spencer.
Day has been involved in numerous community activities including Boy Scouts, YMCA, and City Year. He has served on the board of the National Recreation and Parks Association and is past president of the Arkansas Recreation and Parks Association. Earlier this year, Day was named Outstanding Public Administrator by the UALR Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration. In 2003, he was elected to the Little Rock School Board.
HERE IS EVEN MORE ON THE INSTITUTIONAL RACIST FROM THE LITTLE ROCK POLICE PENSION NEWS:
River Market Costs for the City of Little Rock
October 29th, 2009 Author: sryoung
Police Pension Board Member Lee Harrod pointed out another article that I found very interesting in the Arkansas Times. It was an article about the Little Rock City Board of Directors turning over the management of the Little Rock River Market to the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (LRCVB).
Now, my first question was, who is the LRCVB? Is it another tentacle of the City of Little Rock, a private organization, or what? Well, Google is your friend for such matters and I found out that it is a “publicly funded organization” (which means the taxpayers pay for it) and that it derives its funding from “a hotel and restaurant tax and the State of Arkansas” (quoted material found here).
According to the article, the River Market has cost the City of Little Rock $1,220,143 in 2008 alone! That is the figure you get if you use the amount the city budgeted for 2008, add the amount they went over-budget for the River Market, and subtract the income from the rentals and parking fees generated by the River Market in 2008.
The figures are not complete for 2009 yet but the City increased its 2009 budget for the River Market to $946,703 and it has already been depleted and an additional cost of $188,041 has already been spent. There are three more months yet to go in this year but the total loss currently to the City is $1,134,744 now. The expected revenue from the rentals and parking fees was projected at $390,518 when the 2009 budget was proposed but I would bet it’s going to be substantially less due to the economic downturn.
Amazingly, but not surprisingly, City Treasurer Sara Lenehan stated the River Market has had to “borrow” $2,253,939 from the City’s general fund in the past 10 years after apparently depleting its budgeted funds. I believe the term “borrow” is inappropriate in her description given the fact that the River Market has posted another $2,623,480 in losses since January of 2008. The term “borrow” means a loan or something that must be paid back. Where is this “borrowed” money going to come from when the River Market losses continue to grow by staggering amounts year after year?
The article quotes Assistant City Manager Bryan Day as stating, “But the River Market shouldn’t be expected to pay for itself anymore than other parks in Little Rock — or nationally — do. The River Market is a public service.” Well, that statement, in my opinion, is incorrect. Who really believes the River Market is a “Park” other than Mr. Day? Who really believes the River Market is a “public service” rather than a collection of bars, restaurants, and novelty shops other than Mr. Day? I believe any public project should be capable of paying for itself in some fashion or be something vital to the public health and welfare of a community. If not, that project is not a “public service”; it is a “public luxury” that no government should have the right to ask its citizens to sustain financially. Thus, those who utilize the Farmers Market should be expected to pay for the Farmers Market.
Once again, this demonstrates the flawed priorities of city government in the City of Little Rock.
Posted in City Budget/Pension Fund
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