Council Member Cohen Is On The Loose.
Original post made by Surprise, surprise on Jun 27, 2010
This conflict of interest may force Foust to step aside when it comes time for the Redwood City council to vote on this damaging development. However, how odd that a city council member from one city would file a complaint about another council member from a different city. This suspected conflict has been in the news for months. Was there not a Redwood City resident who could have filed a complaint about his or her own council member?
It's one thing for the City of Menlo Park to pass a resolution opposing the Cargill development being that the impacts will spill over to all the surrounding towns.
Mr. Cohen is full of surprises and I look forward to his explanation whenever he chooses to explain himself.
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