Tuesday, October 23, 2007

"There was nothing on that agenda that was life-threatening"

Posted @ 4:51 PM

El Cajon resident Kristy Mundt was incensed this afternoon because the El Cajon City Council held its regular meeting … even though most residents were staying home because of the wildfires.
"There was nothing on that agenda that was life-threatening," said Mundt, who added that she has been religiously attending council meetings since January.
She said there were only about 10 residents in the audience and she and another person in the audience left in disgust.
"They're holding a meeting when most people have been told to stay off the road because of the fire," Mundt said. "Their answer was to take a moment and have a prayer for the fire victims."

Jen Steele, staff writer

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