In a room packed with all sorts of politicians, past and present, watching the Bristol Downtown Development Corp. implode, one of its board members was ready to throw up his hands.
Tom Cosgrove said that maybe the nonprofit should simply let the City Council make the decision on which developer should get the nod.
The city attorney, Edward Krawiecki, Jr, shook his head.
Quietly, he said, "No f--ing way."
City Councilor Ken Cockayne said he didn't feel comfortable with the idea.
"Good boy," Krawiecki said in response.
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