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Witnessing shameful behavior in Rehoboth

September 22, 2017

I was proud to read our new mayor's letter in the Cape Gazette last Friday. He talked about a brand-new cooperative attitude for getting things done. I then went to the swearing-in ceremony and it wasn't 10 minutes later there was no brand new cooperative attitude when the spiteful Cooper-era supporters Gossett, Mills and Sharp voted no on his appointee.

He choose the highly experienced Pat Coluzzi to fill his vacant seat for one year. Pat would be the perfect replacement since she was actually a commissioner when all the ocean outfall discussions were originally started, and that is the project we are dealing with now.

The selfish trio were acting like children who didn't get their way because their candidate lost. They gave no reasons for their no vote. They were just being vindictive and putting their own self-interests above those of the city. This is what we will have to look forward to until each one is voted off the commission.

I think that Gossett, Mills and Sharp owe an apology to Mayor Kuhns, the newly elected commissioners, Pat Coluzzi and the citizens of Rehoboth Beach for their shameful behavior at the meeting Friday night.

Every person in this town needs to remember what the moral qualities of these three individuals are when they can lie to your face and push their own agenda against voters' wishes.

Nancy Mondero
Rehoboth Beach

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