I'm still gathering information. Jobs that pay preclude me from digging in as deeply as I would like.
But, does it seem odd to anyone that a complaint that had its origins in 2003 is being brought to public light less than 30 days before Kooiker is expected to take out petitions for re-election? Something, besides the utter disregard for Kooiker's First Amendment rights, stinks.
I don't know enough yet to post. But as soon as I have my hands on those e-mails, I'll be digging in and reporting to you, gentle readers.
Anybody have any idea who on the council, or other elected or high-level appointed officials, might like to try to smear Kooiker in hopes that he will choose to not run for re-election? Anybody think it will work?