My Favorite Quotes
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 Tim Scott - “What we're doing at Dow falls very much in line with what the secretary was talking about. We approach security from a risk management perspective, and we try to identify the right level of risk and the right approach to reduce that risk at all of our sites.”
 Tim Scott - “I'm very pleased to finish in the top three, but I know from past experience that I got my work cut out for me. I want to thank the folks that voted for me and ensure them that I'm going to do my very best to represent them if I should make it through the general election. I very much hope they remember to come out on the general election and vote. I send my congratulations to the rest of them who made the top six and my condolences to the three who didn't make it through.”
 Tim Scott - “I think the sidewalk program definitely needs to come back and I think that we need to get back on track, and on new developments we need to make sure sidewalks are part of that new development.”
 Tim Scott - “The mentally handicapped (female), according to her parents, has the mental capacity of an 18-month-old,”
 Tim Scott - “The city needs to be a major player in economic development, but I don't think we need to take the lead. We need to look to the professionals on that. Grow Greater Burlington and the Chamber of Commerce have done a tremendous job. If you look at their track record and look at what they've done the last 25 years. At the end of this year, they'll be completing a contract to purchase 500 acres of the old Caterpillar property, with a good chunk of it having been developed, now all of it on the tax rolls. Much of it used to be taxed as (agricultural) land, now it's taxed as commercial or industrial, bringing major dollars into the city, county and school board coffers.”
 Tim Scott - “Garlic Followed closely by black pepper.”
 Tim Scott - “I think every citizen in Burlington has a right to voice their opinion and participate in the local political process no matter who they are or what they are or where they come from or what their religious beliefs are. But for me to base all of my decisions based on my reading of the Holy Bible just isn't going to happen.”
 Tim Scott - “I don't see any point in tabling the action. My impression is there are three council members who are opposed to the idea of giving the honorary name of Jim Kelly Way to Mason Road. To continue the hearing because they don't want the idea of honoring Jim Kelly to go away is not the right action to take. If they want to pursue the idea of naming something after Jim Kelly, then the other option should be pursued, but not through this proposal ... I understand Mayor Mike Edwards would consider tabling it to wait to see how Sunrise West's subdivision is finally platted, but if there are three people who are opposed to it, then there should be no reason to table it.”