Council Chairman Kwame “Fully Loaded” Brown says that sometime in the near future some new ideas will be coming forward that will “hopefully take away” the income tax hike the council just passed—an indication that the seesaw struggled between Brown and the mayor over raising taxes isn’t over.

Brown, who appeared on Newstalk with Bruce DePuyt, reiterated his strong opposition to raising income taxes on residents making $350,000 or more a year, but offered few clues as to what these mysterious new ideas, which would presumably replace the revenues generated by the income tax hike, might be.

For his sake let’s hope Brown’s new ideas aren’t as cute as his temporary plan to tax the interest earned on out-of-state municipal bonds, since that idea failed spectacularly.