As of Wednesday, August 22, 2018
DAILY SUN NEWS EDITORIAL
A couple of people who spoke at last week’s land use hearings in Granger said it was their first time doing something like that.
That was probably true for a lot of people in that room. Maybe attendance at hearings will start to become common-place.
The more important lesson learned is that in addition to voting for a city council, you also need to be aware of what it’s doing.
That crowd of more than 80 learned a lot they didn’t know before about the H2A project. But it wasn’t the council’s fault the folks didn’t know. Council operated in a vacuum, and its members made decisions they deemed good for the community.