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Letter: Ittner’s fairness platform is false

Ittner’s fairness platform is false

As chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, Rob Ittner controlled the hearing schedule. During that time, he allowed the Celestial Applicant, a non-resident proposing a monster house in a known avalanche path, six hours of presentation time and then ended the hearing without allowing input from local neighbors. Two weeks later, after pressure from those neighbors, he allowed them his version of their fair say: 30 minutes to present their side, which was ultimately extended to 45 minutes. Rob Ittner is running on a platform of fairness. We have seen his version of fairness: six hours for an issue that he supports and 45 minutes for the other side of that issue.

J. Cavanaugh O’Leary


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