Anniston Mayor Gene Robinson shouldn't shy away from stealing this idea. He should hire a Native American medicine man and explain the layers of lawsuit-induced evil spirits that must be hanging over the city's former Army post. A post, mind you, that has its own Native American past.
Using the medicine man's spiritual gifts, McClellan might finally shed its legal entanglements and move forward, full-steam ahead, with developing property and recruiting the type industries needed for Calhoun County's future.
Everything else has been tried. McClellan's too important to waste a good idea.