Letter: Concord councilors must listen to the public
I’ve been following the issue regarding the city’s acquisition of the BearCat vehicle and all the people who were opposed to it and even signed the petition against it, but the city council still voted for it.
It doesn’t matter what the public wants; the city council votes the way it wants. I don’t think that is right. The people we vote into office should be voting the way we want them to. They should not have a personal opinion when it comes to how the city runs. They need to do as the people that voted them in are asking.
I’m glad there are some challenges this year for some of the ward races. We need some fresh ears that will listen to the public.