No, said Anthony Silva, there are no plans for a reality show on Stockton’s next mayor. A healthy rumor had started, so we put the question to Silva, Stockton’s mayor-elect, asking him to confirm or deny.
He said he’s been approached from different people asking if he’d be interested in a project. Nobody used the words “reality show” but rather “documentary,” Silva said. He hasn’t made any deals. He also hasn’t turned them down.
“Because of all the crime that’s going on in the city and pending results of this bankruptcy stuff, a reality show for Stockton would be the farthest thing from my mind,” Silva said. “If I thought that any sort of marketing or any sort of publicity would be good for the city in the future, I would be interested in hearing what people would say.”
I propose The Bachelor Mayor. Move the Kardashian’s into the University Waterfront Plaza Hotel and see what magic ensues. Call it Dancing with The Mayor, and after every council meeting we can turn City Hall into a ballroom. The Real World Stockton…