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January 19, 2013

DODD: We deserve disclosure

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I wish to express my appreciation for two things which were in the News and Tribune this week. First were the interviews with four city council members regarding the communication between them and Mayor Mike Moore. I don’t know who is advising Moore in public relations, but his decision to not participate in an interview spoke volumes about the whole issue.

I also enjoyed Chris Morris’ column regarding the casino boat. Never mind Floyd County, I say how much did Clark County lose out of by not allowing the boat? And by the way, in the last couple of years, we have had several high profile prostitution busts without the Horseshoe Casino located here.

— Lindon Dodd is a freelance writer that can be reached at lindon.dodd@hotmail.com

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