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Council questioned on litigant's appointment to Housing Commission

Original post made by Renee Batti on Feb 7, 2007

The following letter by Pat White was published in the Almanac's Feb. 7 print edition:

Editor:
The city of Menlo Park named Don Brawner "housing commissioner." The same Don Brawner (who) is suing the city to stop a housing project. Shouldn't he be the "non-housing commissioner"? Certainly the mayor and the majority council have forgotten their pledge promising less divisive government.
Pat White
Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park

Comments (1)

Posted by Marianne Q.Dean, a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Feb 9, 2007 at 4:54 am

I was the other candidate for the position on the Housing Commission and I wanted you to know our mayor voted for me but I lost 2-3.


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