Letter: If someone doesn’t sue, I will
October 13, 2014
If someone doesn't sue, I will
Regarding the illegal four-year extension of the Base Village planned unit devlopment, I call for the resignation of Fred Kucker. As an attorney, he should have known better. If you want to help SkiCo/Related/Dancing Bear, you must be squeaky clean. If Fred thought no one would know, he should know you cannot keep a secret in this small town. As for Ms. Butler asking for hotel clarification, it doesn't pass the smell test. Even our mayor trying to juggle the books is highly questionable. I call for the resignation of all three town council members and the canceling of the second ordinance vote immediately.
Congratulations to Chris Jacobson for "sniffing" this out and to Jason Haber for the support. These are the two council members who dug in their heels on the manager's overpay and saved us $125,000 per year. They are the type of leadership we need now that the fox may be back in the henhouse. But for how long?
Besides the above described illegal behavior, there are too many loose ends to be clarified with the fox, Related. I question if they have any legal "standing" just because SAC, Related "shell" owns some land and incomplete buildings.
Since there are not adequate safeguards, by my experience, if someone doesn't sue, I will.
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