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Last updated 6/3/2021 at 10:10pm

No one 'worms their way' onto City Council

I am both puzzled and dismayed by Ron Bussiere's letter in last week's Beacon ("Time to open up council meetings again," May 27) that refers to the "left-wing radicals who have wormed their way" onto the Edmonds City Council.

I'm not sure what Ron's vision for Edmonds is, but it almost certainly doesn't match mine. First, our elections are held in a fair and responsible manner, so no one "worms" their way onto anything.

Councilmember Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, in fact, has served multiple terms. She has steadfastly supported better health-care oppo...



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Reader Comments(1)

Pamela Clerico writes:

My thanks to Mike Shaw for pointing out that no one worms their way onto the City Council. There was an election & there will be another one upcoming. I concur with Mr. Shaw’s vision for Edmonds, not the vision that apparently Mr. Bussiere is pressing for. As for the demand by Lynne & Craig Chelius that council meetings resume in person, unless the writers are in direct communication with members of the Council, I doubt they have any way of knowing what plans are on-going to return to in-person events. The current council chambers is a shared space & the building is closed to the public as far as I know. Demanding it happen is not what drives re-openings & there are multiple factors to be considered & procedures to be followed to re-open. Very generous of the Cheliuses to decide meetings could happen at ECA, but again, there are procedures in place for use of any of these spaces & regulations to be adhered to. I am confident the City Council will move ahead as quickly as possible.

 
 
 

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