By: Diane Benjamin
See Part 1 here: https://blnnews.com/2019/08/26/lorenz-koos-and-nord/
Questions for Kathleen:
- Why do the opinions of only a few matter?
- Why were the opinions of those wanting to save the building in Uptown with the mural immaterial?
- Why were the opinions of the people not served by Connect Transit immaterial? The Working Group isn’t even discussing those issues.
- Why were the people in Blackstone Trails ignored when all they wanted was the fire station moved across the street?
- Why were the opinions of people not wanting Trail East built ignored?
4th question: Bonus!
The comments in both stories are in the order of who wrote them, see names below. The Attorney General’s office considers emails to elected officials the same as public comment where the name of the speaker is known. Only one used personal information in the email. I briefly researched I few other. I bet readers can provide more information.
Diana Cristy – friend and wrote a Letter to the Editor supporting Kathleen
Lou and Lindsey Mucciolo
Bill Lawrence – PLR Insurance
Bob – no last name, I could guess from the email address, but I won’t.
Mark and Lynn Roberts
Tim Braida – local CPA
I have one more email to post.
One person on Kathleen’s list wanted to meet for coffee instead of emailing.