Monday, January 02, 2006

Blanco orders remodeling just after storms

2theadvocate reports Some members of the governor's staff will return from the three-day holiday on Tuesday to newly renovated offices at the State Capitol. Shortly after the two hurricanes, Gov. Kathleen Blanco decided to renovate some of her staff's offices. At the time of her decision, Blanco also was hinting at deep budget cuts to state programs and the possibility of laying off 20 percent of the state workforce. The project cost $564,838.

The newly refurbished office space on the sixth floor of the State Capitol includes hookups and mounts for two flat screen televisions,

So the next time New Orleans floods, the governor will be able to watch it in comfort. And if she is going to waste over 1/2 Million on her own comfort, while they are still working on New Orleans recovery, she better not ask for more federal funds to be spent in Louisiana.
Swedish granite countertops, walnut paneling and frosted laminated glass. The floor, which will not be accessible to the public
We certainly dont want te public to see the Swedish granite countertops, walnut paneling, and the other luxuries the Governor's staff got.
, was redesigned to add three new offices, a conference room and file storage areas.

Michelle Malkin blogged She's earning her crown as one of America's Worst Governors.

No comments: