Somerville City Councilman Gets Special Treatment While Seniors Dig Themselves Out Steps Away

By William Tauro

As residents were shoveling their sidewalks this past Tuesday during the snowstorm, the city sent a mini plow to remove the snow from the sidewalk and driveway for the tenant at 65 Woods Ave where Somerville City Councilman Will Mbah rents an apartment.

You can even see the city councilman giving the plow operator directions where to put the snow. “It must be nice” to get special treatment Mr. Mbah, maybe you should start shoveling out some of the seniors around you as well? I guess some people it’s convenient for them when they take a Hypocritical oath?


Reaching out to all Somerville Residents to flood the mayor’s office today ahead of Mayor Curtatone’s State of the City address tonight with immediate calls to (617)625-6600 or to the 311 call system for Somerville Interim DPW Commissioner Jill Lathan as well as for Somerville City Councilman Wil Mbah to step down and resign after yesterday‘s breach of trust to the people of Somerville that was a major ethics violation.

DPW Commissioner Jill Lathan intentionally and knowingly it was illegal ordered a Somerville DPW plow/tractor driver to bring the tractor vehicle to the Councillor Mbah’s home and have snow removed from his sidewalk and driveway to take place at the taxpayer’s expense.

Why is the interim Somerville DPW Commissioner Jill Lathan allowed to come to work everyday at 11:30AM? Also why is she allowed to fill up her personal SUV at the DPW fuel pumps? All I can say is that “iIT MUST BE Nice!”

For too long now, except for my continuous reporting over the year’s, media coverage in Somerville has been blacked out as well as information regarding Somerville police reports to keep it hidden from the residents of Somerville.

The time is now for a change, so make that call to (617) 625 6600 and let your voices finally be heard!

Time for change remember in November!

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