Courtesy The Beacon
The City of Crooked Creek?
As a City of Milton resident and supporter, I have questions and comments. I don’t know you Mr. Longoria. Granted, you don’t have a proven record politically for citizens to scrutinize. You were quick to sling mud and label D’Aversa unethical. Yet, the “buzz” is that the recent Crooked Creek HOA sponsored celebration for the new amenities, quickly turned into a meet and greet for you; complete with rhetoric that “Crooked Creek will have their gate or die.” Are “dues” being used to elect certain candidates? Could this endanger their non-profit status?
Another major concern of mine is your and Crooked Creek’s agenda regarding Cogburn Woods Elementary School. It seems clear that Crooked Creek residents are very unhappy with the recent re-districting. What is your opinion on this? Do you have all the TRUE facts? People are “blogging” that CWE is significantly overcrowded which is not true. Principal Anderson says they are 50 students over from last year and everything is under control. Next year will most likely bring issues. If you are elected, what have you promised the residents of Crooked Creek about “their” school?
I am obviously a fan of D’Aversa because I have seen how efficiently and effectively she has worked for ALL the citizens of Milton, including Crooked Creek.
Below was copied from the Accessmilton blog. No it isn’t mine but I think it sums it all up nicely. “Let’s imagine how this will go down...Longoria is elected...Crooked Creek gets gated (against the better advice of the city attorney)...has its own elementary school built...and becomes its own city...Longoria resigns because his work is done and his HOA board is happy...Hail Longoria! Milton appreciates your service. Seems like a viable candidate.”