Blakespear's latest newsletter:
"What's now clear to me is that the hard questions need to be asked in private, before the meeting, when there's time for city staff to get additional information or research an issue more. Most of the preliminary issues and all the relevant data points need to be ironed out before the meeting so that when the five City Council members get together to find consensus, we are in the position to be able to move forward. My process is improving!"
Why does Blakespear want to take things into the back room where residents cannot hear the questions or staff explanations? We were told there would be a new transparency. Is this it?
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Closed is the new open
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