Tahlequah Daily Press

Letters to editor

July 9, 2014

‘Details’ part of city councilors’ job

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

You have got to be kidding me.

Some of the city councilors are crabbing and moaning about Mayor Nichols’ reports being too detailed and that they need “simple” ones? Really?

In light of the financial responsibility farce being played out over in the Chamber of Commerce and the clowns involved in that, now we have some city councilors who aren’t interested in details of what is going on in our city government? Plus, we also have a city councilor, Diane Weston, who is unable to attend department head meetings because of her job and believes she is “not being informed enough,” yet has the gall to complain to Mayor Nichols that his reports are too detailed? Really? Does the mayor need to dumb down the reports? Maybe not use two– or three-syllable words so much? Sheesh!

Sounds like to me the city councilors are taking the same laissez faire attitude toward their duties as the comedians over on the Chamber of Commerce Board.

Is that what is best for Tahlequah? Sounds like the inmates are now running the asylum  Come election time, the citizens of the city of Tahlequah needs to send all of these clowns packing. Vote the bums out!

Troy Sanford

Park Hill

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