UPDATE: 90 days later, Deaf Gahan’s “blight and eyesore” has been superseded by “eyesore and blight” — and DNA jauntily approves.


(October above; August below)

Boy, what a difference three months makes. Now two-way traffic on Market affords motorists an entirely different view of the former eyesore.

As the Green Mouse says, “Those gaping holes and half-buried debris are all autumnal and shit.”

Too bad the USA is dropping out of UNESCO, or else we might have a new tourist landmark: The Duggins Cool-newal Urban World Heritage Site.

I wonder how many public housing units would fit in this space?

August 6, 2017Thanks, Gahan: Deaf called it “a blight and eyesore for the area,” so he acted swiftly … to create another one in its place.

Curiously, NAC’s forensics department verifies that Team Gahan only recently has been on the site it has helped keep derelict.

Back in March, a scandal-plagued Jeff Gahan explained why he had to demolish buildings at the corner of Market and Vincennes. He didn’t say anything about creating a post-industrial wasteland in the aftermath, but maybe the memo got lost when Duggins took all the city’s bulldozers over to the New Albany Housing Authority … with Democratic Party approval.

But wait.

Maybe it’s another case of contractor error.


Once again, NA Confidential handily scoops Jeff Gahan’s flailing propaganda commissariat, so let’s take a glance at the mayor’s new theme park.

River Run Family Waterpark is doing so well that an aquatic sequel is planned for the former Market Boy acreage.

As an addendum, NA Confidential has been unable to confirm whether New Albany Mayor Jeff M. Gahan or anyone working in the city’s administration is under federal investigation or indictment for corruption, bribery or racketeering. It is standard policy of the U.S. Justice Department to refuse to confirm or deny the existence or non-existence of investigations or subjects of investigations. A similar policy exists at the F.B.I.