Many have registered complaints that the mayor was missing during the recent power outage. I don’t see why they would want to complain. They should actually be thankful. Because of his absence, the repair likely went faster. Moreover, the repair was likely better with the man far out of reach. It was probably a good thing that the mayor had other things on his mind: that is to say, things other than his real job, the one he is getting paid for, the one he was elected to do.
Just maybe someone ought to officially thank him for being absent. Maybe it would be a good thing for him to know that the city is far better without his presence.