Mayor Lozeau diffuses a citizen revolt of one

September 26, 2008

This is an article from a local-ish paper here in New Hampshire. It struck me as amusing, poignant, and sweet. It sounds like Nashua (about 85,000 people, or 14 Wasillas) has a really decent Mayor.

Read the rest of the article here, at the Nashua Telegraph.

Mayor Lozeau diffuses a citizen revolt of one

By ALBERT McKEON Staff Writer

History will show that the David Hillel Wilson Revolution was short lived. On Monday, the 47-year-old unemployed computer scientist climbed the steps of City Hall armed with a blunt instrument of revolt: a paper declaring his independence from the city of Nashua. He had enough of the government “kicking me when I was down.”

But Wilson quickly abandoned his insurrection when the chief envoy of the city – Mayor Donnalee Lozeau – peacefully negotiated a settlement.

The story continues here

It’s always nice hearing about the small town politics of one on one, helping your neighbor, instead of the chaos and grandiose stagecraft of the national political sphere.


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