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The San Jacinto City Council was in a conciliatory mood last night when (after the usual; preliminaries were out of the way, they voted 5-0 to pass all items on the agenda, out of a single negative vote.
Overall, I felt that we were accomplishing a lot in the city and I felt that I had more to do. We’re not finished with what we started. I hope that one full term will help finish it and I can get out and let somebody else come in.
San Jacinto’s City Council is as angry as a hornet over the conduct of one of their own. At the meeting Tuesday Night, the regular agenda played second fiddle to not one, but two arrests of Councilman Joel Lopez, charged several serious felonies and a couple of misdemeanors - all within the past month.
Tuesday night's Hemet City Council meeting presented quite a surprise to those of us who cover this twice-monthly event. In closed session, the Council evaluated the performance of City Manager Chris Lopez and came back into public session with a thumbs up on his performance which, for the first time in years, did not result in termination. We have attempted to contact Lopez for comment but have been unable to do so by press time.
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