A crucial decision looms I applaud City Manager Mark Relph’s candid and informative response to your questions (“Citizen challenge to fire ballot burns on”). Unfortunately, at least one person …
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A crucial decision looms
I applaud City Manager Mark Relph’s candid and informative response to your questions (“Citizen challenge to fire ballot burns on”). Unfortunately, at least one person described by the Littleton Independent as a “citizen activist” is doing what she does best: stirring up doubt and controversy, and undermining the future health and vitality of the City of Littleton.
It is one thing when this individual falsely charges lack of transparency and puts forward accusations against the city of her own manufacturing. It is quite another thing when emergency services and fire prevention are on the line, especially as climate changes and both urban and wild fires become ever more dangerous.
The upcoming election on the City of Littleton’s inclusion in South Metro Fire Rescue will count as one of the most important votes in Littleton’s history. I look forward to straight-forward, candid responses from city leadership in the weeks and months ahead.
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