Why, because the park board 'majority' has already been broken up. They are certainly entitled to their opinion in 'thinking' that. But you would have to be buried under 15 tons of rock to think this majority isnt still fully intact. Silosky has broken ranks? Really? I also have a bridge for sale - perhaps the Herald editorial board would like to buy that too. And perhaps Silosky shouldn't be seen around town talking with Peck still, at least that would help out the story they are trying to push that this bill is no longer needed.
Unless all 3 of the majority clowns have suddenly resigned(Silosky, Hurtado, Steinys), this bill is still needed just as much now as ever.
On the plus side, at least the Herald has shown they are as clueless as possible. Which is too bad, because it almost looked like they were about to turn that paper around from the disaster it had become. Unfortunately, with their strange between-the-lines allegiance of this board majority, they just seem to be be creating a new disaster for themselves.