Talk About Rehabilitation!
Brandi Swindell was sentenced to 25 hours of community service for her role in a protest over removal of the Ten Commandments rock in Julia Davis Park. Now she wants to do it full time.
To hear incumbent city councilors tell it, she will do 25 hours community service the first day on the job–if she defeats Council President Maryanne Jordan.
The attractive 28-year-old single woman currently works for a pro-life Christian group, but says she will be more than a one issue candidate. In a STATESMAN interview she touched on issues such as infill development, growth, annexation of people against their will, and smoothing the way for developers. Something for everyone.
The GUARDIAN will do a broader posting after the Friday filing deadline for council candidates.
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