Stimulus critic Jennifer Carroll cuts ribbon at Delray project that got stimulus money
by George Bennett | May 23rd, 2011
DELRAY BEACH -- Mayor Woodie McDuffie, Vice Mayor Angeleta Gray, Auburn Communities CEO Brian Hinners, Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll and City Commissioner Adam Frankel at Friday's ribbon-cutting for Village at Delray, which got $7.3 million in stimulus money.
Gov. Rick Scott
has been a frequent critic of the $787 billion federal stimulus program and Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll
has been critical as well. But Carroll was in Delray Beach Friday to cut the ribbon on an affordable housing project that received $7.3 million
in stimulus financing.
Read Carroll’s comments on it in this week’s Politics column, along with Mayor Woodie McDuffie‘s mixed feelings about the stimulus.
Also in the Politics column, find out which former Republican officeholder recently became a Democrat and where to catch GOP Senate candidates this week without leaving the 561 area code.
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