Behind the scenes she is trying to rally support to become appointed the next mayor.
Broken promises to her supporters on many development issues, steep raises in garbage rates because of her support of union workers and her almost alone attempt to defeat Measure L, should be much more than enough to make sure the next council will not make her mayor.
In two years, if not before, she should wander off the public stage. One can't help but wonder, what her partner, Heyward Robinson, thinks now, since he lost his seat because of Measure L, when he also opposed.
Time to move on Kelly. Take you seat just as one of 5 council persons, certainly not as a mayor, who is out of touch with the voters of Menlo Park.
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