MINORITY MEDIA GROUP, LLC VIDEOS:
Attorney Darla Williams questions Mayor Peterson
Monroe Gray at Meridian Street Foundation Meeting - Part 1
Monroe Gray at Meridian Street Foundation Meeting - Part 2
Monroe Gray at Meridian Street Foundation Meeting - BONUS MATERIAL
Darla Williams, owner of Minority Media Group, LLC has been doing some digging for the truth in numbers of city hall MBE/WBE contract awards. She told our editor that the city is not cooperative in providing numbers for 2005 and 2006. The numbers she has for 2004 MBE/WBE contract awards do not match the numbers given to the League of Cities for which Peterson was elected President.
Darla & her research was available to reporters at the Democratic Fundraiser which targeted only minority business owners last week, yet the Indianapolis Star did not take comments or ask questions of the Hoosiers For Fair Taxation protestors. Instead they took a comment from the folks throwing the party who were quoted stating that political tax activist Melyssa Donaghy must be seeking attention.
Accountability in local government is not apparent in Peterson's administration. Peterson asserts on this video filmed at the Light of The World Tax Forum 2 on September 30th, that he would have his folks sit down with Esq. Darla Williams, yet no meeting has taken place. Did Bart Peterson lie again?
Darla's company, Minority Media LLC, publishes You Tube Videos to help get the message of city council corruption out to the taxpayers from the mouths of our elected officials themselves. You have got to watch these videos which include bumbling City Council President Monroe Gray's question and answer session at last Tuesday's Meridian Street Foundation forum.
Minority Media Group, LLC and the publisher of the MBE/WBE business pages submitted candidate endorsements to the Indiana Voters League which will be published in a few days. Hoosiers For Fair Taxation also submitted candidate endorsements to the PAC.
Monroe Gray did not disclose his MBE company, Mid-States Concrete, to the city council's ethics board. In fact one of the members of the ethics board was appointed by Monroe Gray himself. Monroe Gray's bankrupt and underfunded construction company is responsible for substandard work on many city projects that have cost the taxpayers dearly.