Monday, January 15, 2007
Glencliff Neighborhood President Says That They Would Have Attended Public Hearing Save Council Member's Pledge to Defer
In an e-mail to Metro Council Members, Glencliff Neighborhood Association President Noel Whitley states that GNA would have attended the January 2 Public Hearing on the Car Wash Exemption Bill if they had not understood that bill co-sponsor Diane Neighbors had pledged to defer the bill beforehand. Had they attended, according to the e-mail, their intention would have been to communicate their opposition to the bill. President Whitley also asked the Council to vote "no" on the bill on third reading next Tuesday.