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11-17-2012, 12:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Whileee View Post
I doubt it. If the new mayor and council want to overturn the lease, then I don't think they'll have much difficulty doing that without the GWI's intervention. First, I doubt that the lease will be executed very soon after it is approved by city council, leaving time for the new council members to overturn the actions of this council. Second, the new mayor and council could lend support to citizens who would seek to petition to put the deal to a referendum.
Could you elaborate on precisely what you mean here by "execution" of the lease?

From my uninformed perspective, I understood approval of the lease by the council set the AMF in motion; period.

Just curious about the "execution" component to which you refer.

I agree with your train of thought; I just always believed final approval implied execution by default.

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