A Letter to Toni Iseman

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September 24, 2020

Dear Toni,

I made the offensive statement on the open microphone at last Tuesday’s City Council meeting.  I had finished my project presentation, answered all the City Council member’s questions and the council was deliberating the project.  I was under the impression that the public microphones were on mute at this point in the evening.  In my private home office, alone with my personal thoughts, I blurted out the offensive statement that was inadvertently and unintentionally broadcast.  I sincerely apologize.  I would never have expressed my frustration publicly in this way.  I certainly never would have knowingly made a statement like this in a council meeting.  I did not mean for this private thought to be heard by anyone.  As soon as I heard that my utterance was heard by the public, I called you. You did not call me back. I wanted to make sure you received my apology.


Marshall Ininns

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