Afternoon Notes: Petition Problems, Final Jeopardy

by ARLnow.com May 19, 2010 at 5:58 pm 1,449 1 Comment

Change-of-Government Petition Issues — The Sun Gazette reports that the Arlington County registrar’s office may have a difficult time processing the thousands of signatures being gathered for the Committee for a Better Arlington’s change-of-government proposal. Officials are worried that the county may have to hire temporary workers and pay overtime in order to verify all the signatures. In a separate article, a Committee for a Better Arlington spokesperson says that the group will probably not honor any requests by petition signers who have reconsidered and now want their name removed from the list, saying it’s “not required by the law.”

Final Jeopardy for Arlington Contestant — Despite a valiant comeback and a down-to-the-wire finish, Arlington resident Liz Murphy placed second in last night’s semifinal round of the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions, which means she will not advance to the finals.

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    Why do the petition collectors want to cost the taxpayers extra money with this? Why not just start handing over petitions right away? Wouldn’t it help them to have petitions “in the bag” and approved?


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