I have a plan — one that will save you money and give over-tolled drivers more control.
But first let’s talk about last week’s ethically stinky decision — one so costly you’d have to drive through a toll booth more than 300,000 times to pay for it.
Last week, my cat Furball brought home a smelly, decapitated squirrel.
Yet that bloody rodent corpse still stank less than the stench that continues to emanate from theOrlando-Orange County Expressway Authority.
That is why it must be destroyed.
It happened Tuesday, when the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority cast an outrageous vote to hire state Rep. Steve Precourt as the leader of the scandal-plagued agency.
The hiring was shady from the get-go.
Precourt was unqualified for the job. That’s not my opinion. He literally did not meet the agency’s written job qualifications. Despite work as a civil engineer, he’d never even worked in a toll agency before. Yet now — about to be term-limited out of political office — he wanted a job running one.