LtE bug

Lack of communication on proposed fish ladder

And who’s paying for all the signs proliferating for a couple of the candidates?

Ms. James reply makes an interesting point (“Fish ladder decision outside Buckley council’s power,” published Oct. 20) — if the Corps turned down the Fish Ladder why didn’t the then-city administrator so state that at the meeting, rather than stating he had not pursued getting anything done?

It does not change the fact that then council committee chair and candidate for mayor Beau Burkett was supportive of the then-city administration’s lack of action by his fish ladder statement.

It does point out that there was a serious lack of communication, should Ms. James statement be correct. Between who and when only the people who should have been communicating will know.

On the subject of signs, who’s paying for all the signs proliferating for a couple of the candidates and why?

Marvin Sundstrom

Buckley


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