Rick Cartoscelli: Mayor’s professional conduct ‘questionable’ | TheUnion.com

Rick Cartoscelli: Mayor’s professional conduct ‘questionable’

Mayor Senum’s opinion about PG&E’s recent decision to shut off electrical power during a predicted Red Flag Warning is not the issue being submitted by the undersigned.

Mayor Senum’s conduct at the City Council meeting on Oct. 9 is.

As an elected public official, her professional conduct is questionable, as such, of an official holding a leadership position. Having coordinated the (protest) parade, during a public meeting time, leaves one to question her knowledge of due process and approval by a majority of Council members.

Rick Cartoscelli

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