Moving forward, civility is crucial

phil-at-dais-11-16kaWe live in a time of great uncertainty and change in our country and state.  Recent reports of bullying and intimidation following the November 8, 2016 General Election are troubling, unacceptable and, moreover, can’t be tolerated.  Working with other local elected officials, I am carefully considering how best to respectfully and effectively remind our community that regardless of our strong disagreements, we must avoid the kinds of ugly behavior that continue to be reported. Regardless of political party or who we supported for President, civility is something I feel strongly must be expressed to one another.

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