Just end the dinners already…

Barry is right…

This is a legacy from a bygone era that just needs to die.

The Minnesota Secretary of State is now investigating this.

I don’t see much value in this. I think it is an insult to the public when we hold these in places that the public can’t hear (or I can’t hear). I now skip these unless there is an issue where I need to be present.

Years ago I raised the concern about hosting these in inaccessible locations. I was told we were not going to to that, and then the mayor scheduled one at the Country Club. Maddening, and disrespectful to those that can not drive… Skipped that one too…

If we need food, get it catered. Publish agendas for God’s sake.

There is no reason for public bodies to do things like this that draw negative attention on us. This probably made sense in the 1970s, but now it needs to die…

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