Mayor says meeting called by three council members warrants an apology

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Daily Post Staff Writer

Menlo Park Mayor Drew Combs said a fellow council member ought to apologize for the wild ride city residents and its manager had to endure due to a secret meeting about the city manager’s performance.

On Sunday (Oct. 10), Combs, who typically works with City Manager Starla Jerome-Robinson on setting the council agenda, was alerted that the council would be meeting Tuesday (Oct. 12) at 3:30 p.m. in closed session to discuss Jerome-Robinson’s performance. The meeting had been scheduled by three other council members — Betsy Nash, Cecilia Taylor and Jen Wolosin. …
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1 Comment

  1. If it was a secret meeting, there is a legal remedy for that. If is was not a secret meeting, you should choose your words more carefully.

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