City administration tested with new ordinance

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I would love for you to show who hysterically predicted the wrath of God would strike for the passage of a panhandling ordinance.  The ACLU on occasion does make legal noise against these efforts, but usually saves their funds for more pressing issues.
I couldn’t grasp any cohesion in your rhetoric till the last few paragraphs, when the true purpose of your “opinion” finally appeared.  Your shaky absurd connection in your “writing” from panhandling to an attack on Rich Englehart is laughable, and taints the idea of professional integrity.
What is really funny…you and Sam Susuras were both on the Airport Authority Board during the questionable tenure of Tippetts.  Did you and Susuras not believe you had a fiduciary and professional responsibility as board members?
The timing of this “opinion” piece and the final real focus, namely setting up a public question of Rich Englehart’s professional status, is the same veiled attempt to bring attention to yourself as you did when Mesa County Attorney Lyle Dechant left.  Are you looking for a new job?
Remember, “What goes around, comes around.”  Professional integrity is an altruistic and noble pursuit.  Too many of our leaders in this county fail to remember “community first.”

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