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Petitions not submitted, Zinkin won't face recall

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2 comments:

  • John Flanagan posted at 1:29 pm on Fri, Feb 14, 2014.

    John Flanagan Posts: 380

    The lack of petitions reflects Oro Valley resident disgust with the recall action, insufficient evidence, and the desire to have this internal squabbling stopped. It is time to focus on important town business and avoid these tiresome disputes, and I hope the future will be one of cooperation, not division.

     
  • AZsheeplady posted at 10:20 am on Wed, Feb 12, 2014.

    AZsheeplady Posts: 12

    Mr. Zinkin survived his recall sham. The 4 that started this witchhunt won't be so fortunate at election time.

     

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