No, no -- it's not they should DISTRUST staff. It's that they have their own role to fulfill as elected representatives of the public, and that shouldn't be handed off.
I still don't accept what you're alleging here, Thirdeye. I've written a story about how the Headwaters-funded public planning project was strangely torpedoed. I've written a story about how other cities around the country have used such studies to build consensus around some remarkable and succesful railyard redevelopment projects.
I think Eureka passed up a big opportunity there. But this balls-out animus you see ... I don't know, I don't see it.
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vol XXVII issue 34
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