My turn: Kill the messenger at EID

By From page A4 | August 13, 2014

We appreciate Director Alan Days’ confirmation of his meeting with the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and their director of legal affairs. This is not a free speech issue. The real point that the community would like him to respond to centers around this question: Why is a newly elected EID director seeking the HJTA to litigate against the very district he represents, litigation that could seriously impact EID’s finances and increase costs for all ratepayers? Yes, this was a couple of years ago, but it is the implications of such actions by a public official that matter. What else has happened or is going on that the public needs to know about?

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