Charlie Specoli

Less work and responsibility Mr. Mayor, less money to take home.


The chief executive officer in our city government is the mayor. The mayor being in that position should set the highest example of professionalism, and work with his or hers department heads one on one. This clearly did not happen with the DPD ICE policy that the mayor disagreed with. In…

The chief executive officer in our city government is the mayor. The mayor being in that position should set the highest example of professionalism, and work with his or hers department heads one on one. This clearly did not happen with the DPD ICE policy that the mayor disagreed with. In…

if you need an ambulance you will like the 8 minute response time.


Because the person has a severe case of dementia and bed ridden. Answer your question?


Well its obviously the mayors friend......that is how Decatur does it. Now the ambulance service could as has been recommended by the fire chief add some more trucks to help with their response times in Decatur. But instead of dong that they are going to branch out to four other communiti…

Now we have another embarrassing moment in Morgan County government, and again it is all about the dollar bill. News flash to Mr. Long and the commissioners, all of you took an oath. In that oath you swore to comply with all laws. A local law was passed and because you do not agree, and a…

One would think that those who are taken for granted by the city government might just be included for a cost of living raise, since we are in good financial shape according to the mayor. But this mayor as he puts the budget together, as several mayors before him continue the tradition of…

A good service provided for FREE? Their service isn't free it's extremely expensive.


Mayor Tab Bowling took responsibility for Big feeling it could buy the items because he pushed for the company to allow him to roll out the branding campaign at the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce’s annual “State of the City” breakfast in March.



A huge fumble by…