When she isn't busy arguing that licensing dogs is an egregious case of government intrusion into private lives, or that the UN is aiming to take over America cities like Houston if eternal vigilance is not kept up, councilmember Helena Brown apparently works the front desk at a Marriott, if today's meeting is any indication.
No explanation was given for the prominent name tag; Brown was too busy rambling on about all her office does for constituents, in the wake of her top staff walking off the job.
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