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Bronson Williams Requested City Of Rocky Mount NC Bad Debt Write-off History But Mayor Sandy Roberson & Councilman Lige Daughtridge Care To Talk About That Part

The Political Agitator’s response: Thank you Bronson Williams for requesting and sharing this information. I am going to see how the Ignant Racist Special Cs and the Ignant Safe Negro Black Folk twist this. Now Run & Tell That! I’ll Wait! Curmilus Butch Dancy II 2020 
Bronson Williams

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The City of Rocky Mount has written off $24 million since 1999. Most of which was centered around residential, but we do see business owners benefited from write-offs as well. While attempts to divide and conquer are present we must focus on growing Rocky Mount.

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These Special Cs Thinking They Can Say & Do Whatever To Certain Black Folk

The Political Agitator’s response: Ignant Racist Special Cs and & Ignant Safe Negro Black Folk don’t think White Supremacy ain’t real but that is because their asses has not received emails and received threats. I have been receiving them since the late 80’s. But the problem with Ignant Safe Negro Black Folk is because they have never stood for anything, they have not been threatened. This may be one of the persons that called Councilwoman Chris Miller and Councilman Tj Walker about not going to Mayor Sandy Claus Roberson’s Special Call Meeting. But you see these Racists and Safe Folk don’t want to talk about them TRUES! Curmilus Butch Dancy II 2020

From: Gomer Saidgrastion <gomersaidgrastion@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 5:45:17 PM
To: Andre Knight <
andre.knight@rockymountnc.gov>
Subject: Pay your bills

It’s no wonder you people have failed,we have gave you people chance after chance to live among the supreme race, but you people have failed,when we took you out of bondage was the biggest mistake in United States history, there will be a day when you people will once again be placed back in chains to serve the supreme race,may you people burn in hell.god bless because no one else will.rev..gomer saidgrastion CEO and founder of anti nigger inc and author of my father witnessed the exacution of Martin Luther the coon and what a glorious day it was and author of three niggers swinging in a tree and a dog named wc.

Council members chide mayor over press release – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator’s response: This was one of the best meetings I have attended. Now that Mayor Sandy Claus Roberson has had his Special Called Meeting to satisfy the Special Cs in the Rocky Mount Concerned Citizens group they need to wait just like myself for the agencies that Beth Wood NC State Auditor say she has turned had turned her findings over to.

Mayor Sandy Roberson received criticism from the majority of the City Council about his communications via the news media in the aftermath of the recent findings of State Auditor Beth Wood and her team’s probe of the City of Rocky Mount’s finances and operations.

A council special work session was held Tuesday and led by Councilman Andre Knight in his capacity as mayor pro tem. A focus of council discussion was about a press release that Roberson, through a news media contact of his, emailed on May 19.

The press release stated that four council members refused to attend an upcoming emergency meeting of the council.

Of particular issue, as part of the press release, was Roberson and a city police sergeant posed together in a photograph. The photograph showed both holding paperwork of service, apparently in connection with the meeting.

During Tuesday’s work session, Roberson sat quietly. At the end of council discussion of the item, Roberson expressed appreciation for the suggestions and said he would take them under advisement.

During the work session, Councilman T.J. Walker told Roberson, “With the utmost respect that I have for you as an individual, as a businessman and your zeal to be a leader, I believe the way in which you handled this situation was very, very controversial in a time that’s already tense and controversial for our city.” (Read more)