Shame on you
There you go again. Casting unacceptable ridicule and scorn on the citizens of Mammoth Lakes. You have a long and unfortunate history of attacking the people of our community who give their time for council or supervisor positions, commissions and boards, or they may work for our county or town as employees.
In doing this you have reduced the inclination of citizens to take part in the governance of our community. You may critique the job performance or the policy, but please do not attack the person.
Have you ever attempted to use your editorial space to create a positive and inspiring vision for Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra? I cannot recall a time when you have done this. It is certainly a lot tougher than being sarcastic, snide and rude to those who are working hard to improve our society.
Grady Dutton is a sincere, capable, and hard-working man who has our community’s best interests at heart, and he does not deserve to be labeled with the derogatory nicknames you assigned last week. Shame on you sir. You owe him and many others an apology.
So there’s an “Aquatic Ecologist” at Death Valley National Park (“Pupfish feel Alaskan Earthquake,” The Sheet, January 27, 2018)? In case of another federal government shutdown, would that be a non-essential employee?
Cardiff by the Sea