Rather than take heed of growing voter sentiment against the Council’s plans to break the civic bank for a giant garage, retail stores and big-box library in Civic Park, Councilwoman Gwen Regalia in today’s W.C. Journal dismissed the 92 residents who took the time to rank the City’s key issues. … “It indicates that there was not a great deal of interest … I wouldn’t call this the most accurate poll,” Regalia told the Journal’s Theresa Harrington. … Perhaps our elected representatives could take time to read the letters, like the one from Sharon Doherty. Sharon likes the idea of a new library, but she wants to keep the tennis courts, the trees and the roses. Won’t somebody listen to Sharon? …
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