Hope is around the corner

Is there hope for Black Diamond?

Is there hope for Black Diamond?

We have been attending the Black Diamond council meetings and found them to be nothing but chaos. The majority council members, (Pat) Pepper, (Brian) Weber and (Erika) Morgan and their organization, Save Black Diamond, have done grievous harm to our city.

They have cost tax payers thousand of dollars and made themselves and the city the laughing stock of King County.

We suggest the following action:

No. 1 – Ignore the propaganda that Save Black Diamond is delivering.

No. 2 – Believe in the mayor and city staff.

No. 3 – Back the recall action on Pepper.

No. 4 – Sign the recall petition when it becomes available.

Hope is just around the corner with new leaders willing and able to serve the people.

Keith & Judy Watson

Black Diamond

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