Political yard signs at NAHA? As DemoDisneyDixieDickeycrats doze, Al Knable seeks an answer.


Yesterday at NA Confidential:

Do New Albany Housing Authority residents enjoy freedom of speech as it pertains to political campaign yard signs?

Consequently I’ve been scolded by the Green Mouse for missing Thursday evening’s city council meeting. According to at-large councilman Al Knable:

At last night’s council meeting I asked our (council) attorney to confer with city attorney and NAHA to at least obtain a stated policy and compare to existing statutes/precedents. Stay tuned.

Once again, Knable takes the first step on an issue pertaining to human rights and freedoms.

It isn’t known whether noted human rights campaigner Greg Phipps had anything to say on Thursday about free speech on the New Albany Housing Authority campus, or if he was joined in his concerns by fellow Democrats Bob Caesar, Pat McLaughlin and Matt Nash.

Then again, not one of them has had the first coherent thing to say about NAHA since the inception of Jeff Gahan’s hostile takeover of public housing in 2017.


That’s a transitory and malleable thing when you’re a DemoDisneyDixieDickeycrat in New Albany.