Where's Waldo? He seems to have dropped out of the public eye, lately replaced by this other guy who smirks when he tells the people of Missouri that there are no health effects, no property devaluation, no impediments to farming.
Clean Line has a public relations problem. They're running out of project managers and executives.
Waldo (aka Mark Lawlor) has been thoroughly trounced in the Missouri media by the forthright and personable Block GBE spokeswoman, Jennifer Gatrel. People like Jenny. They trust her. Can't say the same for the Clean Line representatives.
Because Grain Belt Express is in so much trouble in Missouri, Waldo has been replaced by Clean Line president Michael Skelly. Oh, brother! That's like putting out a fire with a bucket of gasoline! Where Waldo was awkward, uncaring and shifty, Skelly is arrogant, arrogant and arrogant. This man simply doesn't care what you think. He gets an attitude when questioned, and provides flippant answers. Was "the President of Clean Line answering questions in Missouri" supposed to help or hurt the project?
Send this guy back to Skellyville, and bring on the next personality. Or maybe Clean Line could try some more costumes to cheer everyone up?
Whither goest thou, Waldo?