Resident says Mammoth council is study in how not to do things

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Sitting in a Mammoth City Council meeting is an education in how not to run things. Input from the public at large has been put absolutely last and there is an implied action that the council is thinking of no input from the public at large. Requests or inquiries about city finances are ignored! No report from police, public works, administration are made. Questions about a City Audit are ignored or put off!

The Library has gone downhill, with no librarian, and job opening coming up!

The city council consists of four elected members and three appointed members by said council! Several of  the members are relatives and some of the city positions are filled by relatives of council members!

I am not happy with the way the city government is being conducted and the lack of information about the many special sessions conducted !

Therefore I think that if a more positive change is not made, I may resort requesting a time to review city actions of all departments under the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT!

  Regards,

/s/ Bob Sloan

Mammoth

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