Remember my posting on a pr agency which divorces its government related agency client last time?
Being with a new pr agency the client does not have much news now. The new PR agency cannot beat the previous one which gave them a couple of front page news.
The client now faces flood in its area and not much damage control news was published to convince existing investors and potential investors.
With the serious flood problem in the east coast does the client has potential to have a future on the first place? God knows.
If the government is serious in cost-cutting the client could be in trouble as they did not bring much investors and not much development can be seen in its territory. So does the government really need them?