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New Mountain View City Council calls for civility amid election protests

Original post made on Jan 15, 2021

Mountain View's first City Council meeting of the year stuck to tradition as best it could during unusual times, bidding adieu to outgoing council members and swearing in newly elected members over a virtual meeting.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 1:20 PM

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Posted by Long time local
a resident of Monta Loma
on Jan 15, 2021 at 5:49 am

Long time local is a registered user.

These comments by McCalister are just more of the same combative whitewash we have come to expect from this guy. We had 3 police officers commit what amounted to a sexual assault of a 5 year old. We had an appellate court issue a ruling against our police department for discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation. This is not a case of national issues being projected locally, these are things currently going on in our city while our leaders look the other way.

John McCalister owns the Baskin and Robbins on ECR, and I stopped shopping there early last year on account of his character.


Posted by Rich Hoemoner
a resident of Stierlin Estates
on Jan 15, 2021 at 2:40 pm

Rich Hoemoner is a registered user.

Did MV's city council really use the riots at the capitol as an opportunity to scold local progressive activists? I find this extremely offensive and not at all surprising: city council has spent more time criticizing their constituents than finding solutions to real problems


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