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Unanswered questions linger after Couch reinstatement

 Dear editor,

Transparency in our local government has been a hot topic recently. Four City Councilmen, the ones who voted to allow a city employee, who was suspended for refusing to perform his job, need to be transparent and state why they choose to stop a hearing from taking place addressing the charges leveled against Mr. Couch.

A motion was made to reinstate the employee, but as discussion began, one of the four called for the vote, stopping any further discussion. WHY? What do these four councilmen have to hide, what does Mr. Couch have to hide? Why did he ...


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