Letters from the chair

Backhanded apology

Morro BayMarch 31, 2014 

We just finished reading the “apology” from Supervisor Adam Hill in the March 26 Tribune. I guess Supervisor Hill didn’t learn the same thing in New Jersey as we did in California while in grammar school, which was to say you’re sorry, one must actually say, “I’m sorry.”

His backhanded apology might satisfy his humongous ego, but it falls short of a true apology to the people he criticized in that letter to CAPSLO.

He owes a public apology to the leadership at CAPSLO. And this time, Hill, please actually say the words, “I’m (freaking) sorry!”

And if that’s too difficult, perhaps he should go back to Jersey, where they can teach him some manners.

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