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June 18, 2013


It's clear that the City Council has already made their decision in favor of the Salem Alternative. In fact a quorum of the Council was there at the WSNA as part of the sales effort. Why didn't they just vote and be done with it? This raises a troubling question about how our current council does their business. They do it by email among themselves and not in the public eye. The "deliberation" next Monday is going to be a sham. The fix is already in.

Raising a "troubling question" about how our current council does their business should have been done long ago. How many more actions do we need to convince us that we need to get these clowns and self-serving individuals out of there?

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