That is the title of the press report of Milo’s maiden speech in public.
The county, of course, did not go, fast or slow. The reports itself is also inaccurate.
The only question now is whether Milo will be willing to try again.
Thursday’s Glynn County Commission meeting was among the shortest in recent memory, if you don’t factor in time spent in executive session.
The meeting lasted 15 minutes, even with a speaker during the public comment period who took the allotted five minutes to address commissioners.
Milo Silversmith told commissioners he recently moved to Glynn County and wanted to get voter registration information online. He went to the county website and said he was disappointed at the incomplete information regarding meeting minutes posted online, as well as dated information, some more than a year old, in other parts of the website.