It is now that we want to stress the critical nature of the vote that will take place.
We hope our council members have done and will continue to do their homework, won’t let political posturing get in the way and make the best decision for this city as it continues to tackle weighty issues and works to grow. That includes taking their own opinions and integrating them with the feedback they will receive about the two candidates in the coming days.
It means striving to make that broadly informed decision called for by the CRDC and the Chamber six months ago.
This city, and its residents, deserve nothing less.