Apparently, the move was part of a restructuring to make room for Jordan’s newly-created chief of staff position.
The story goes on to discuss possible salary freezes but what’s left untouched is whether or not Dumas’ highly controversial parking lot proposal will ever see the light of day now. Fortunately, there’s an editorial a few pages deeper that takes a closer look at all this.
“Where the election of Jordan leaves the Dickson Street parking matter is anyone’s guess. It’s too early to know,” say the editors.
What’s your guess?
[Via NWA News]