Port Angeles City Council to mull change-of-government petition tonight
On the other, you've got a clear majority of the City Council already saying things like:
Pat Downie: "I absolutely do not support it."
Brad Collins: "I'm not going to do anything to help support the city becoming a second-class city." (Memo to Brad: You've already done ever so much to make Port Angeles a second-class city in so many, many ways.)
I don't know how much room that leaves for actually "mulling." There'll be plenty of room for venting, griping, sniping, etc. But mulling? Probably not so much.
Second? Got it. City? Check.
But hey, Port Angeles - where's the Class?
Anyway, on one hand, you've got the people advocating for the change in government, and their attorney, saying the issue needs to be on the ballot this November.
On the other, you've got Bill Bloor saying it doesn't need to go to the voters until November of 2017, when four City Council seats will also be on the ballot.
So, it looks a little like a battle between Right Now! and Never! All of which should, if nothing else, make for a very interesting City Council meeting tonight.
Anyone think any of the Fluoride Four will move even the teeniest, tiniest direction towards an apology, or public display of humility, to try and defuse the situation?
Naw, neither do I. So if you can't make it to Cleveland this week, don't worry; there may be some cheapo political fireworks closer to home.