DA: Cases similar to Brainard’s often involve no jail time

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I have no problem with Brainard not serving time in jail if he is in counseling. I do have a problem with him serving on City Council until that treatment is completed. I also hope that his community service time is not credited with time served on the City Council. He needs to have time to truly reflect on his transgressions and stop blaming “Cindy’s pattern” for the problems he brought upon himself. As for the city needing his business acumen, I have as much business acumen as he does. I suspect that there are many, many citizens with the same business acumen. That is a poor excuse for keeping a man with anger management problems in elected office.

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