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Letters: Concern about Centerville election
Dec 21, 2013 | 2098 views | 1 1 comments | 54 54 recommendations | email to a friend | print

 Dear Editor,  

I am very concerned about the way the November 2013 election was handled by Centerville City. 

Three of the candidates, Paul Cutler, Tami Fillmore and Jack Dellastatious, were allowed by Centerville City to wait until after the general election before reporting that they had spent thousands of dollars which they received from the Salt Lake Board of Realtors. These candidates have not yet, to my knowledge, been removed from the ballot for this flagrant violation of the law.

When is Centerville City going to live up to its responsibility to its citizens? Is Centerville City going to swear in Paul Cutler as mayor and Tami Fillmore as city councilwoman, knowing that they failed to disclose to the citizens of Centerville, their considerable indebtedness to this organization which is based outside our city?

 

Sincerely,

Dale McIntyre

Centerville 

 

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BrandonIvie
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December 21, 2013
I share Mr. McIntyre's concern. The "thousands of dollars" he refers to above was actually nearly $12,000! Four thousand of the SLBR's $12,000 went to Cutler, which was nearly 33% of his entire campaign fund.

Ms. Fillmore benefited to the tune of over $4500, a whopping 48% of her entire campaign fund! Dellastatious received $3,000 from the SLBR which constituted over 57% of his funds. He didn't win, but both Cutler and Fillmore did.

The obvious question is: What did the SLBR hope to get in return for these generous donations? When these newly elected officials take office will they be making decisions based on what's best for our community or what's best for the SLBR?
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