Our city employee incident has now expanded beyond our borders. It has now reached the Lexington Herald Leader and the eastern half of Kentucky. Embarrassing!
"May, 53, served three consecutive terms as mayor but was prohibited by law from running for a fourth. Now, after serving four years as Frankfort city commissioner, May wants to reclaim the mayor's office." --- So 12 years as Mayor and 8 years as city Commissioner has not been enough to foist upon the citizens of Frankfort, now he wants more.
When is enough enough? Its time for a new generation of leaders to take Frankfort up the next step on the ladder. After 21 years in office, Bill May has had plenty of time to mold Frankfort as best he can.
If a person cannot exceed all expectations after 21 years, why must we keep giving Bill May extra chances. That's 252 Months, or 7,665 days. That's a lot of time on the job. On an 8 hour day that's 61,320 hours as an elected official in Frankfort. A lot of ribbons can be cut with that many hours.
We know the Mayors job is a part-time job, let's say it's a 4 hour a day job, it's still 30,660 hours. If you cannot accomplish all of your goals on your political Bucket List after 30,660 hours, it's time to give up.
It's time to "sweep" Bill May out of office. Vote Kyle Thompson as Frankfort's next Mayor.