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Sunday, April 1, 2012

The mayor apologizes

You could have knocked me over with a feather! Never in the six long years under the current Mayor of Plainfield has Plainfield Today ever received a press release or other written communication from Her Honor.

Yet the following was found in my inbox today and I print it herewith without elaboration or comment --

Dear Council President and Honorable members of the Governing Body:

Let this communication serve as the apology that I hope will allow us to rebuild a working relationship in the interest of advancing our beloved city.

I admit that in the matter that has been so contentious, I took monies intended by their donor for one purpose and applied them to another without the donor's knowledge or permission.

Since I have concluded that there is no way I will be given the Democratic Party's line for a third term, I am interested in building a legacy and am most desirous of working cooperatively with the Council over the next year and a half.

Hoping that this gesture will suffice to have the fine and reprimand levied be withdrawn, I am most anxious to submit this apology for your reception and action today, not waiting a moment longer.

Yours sincerely....
Will miracles never cease?

-- Dan Damon [follow]

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Anonymous said...

NICE! I'll be sending a copy to the attorney general and county prosecutor. She has now openly admitted to theft by deception.

Let justice be served!

Anonymous said...

I'd this an April fools joke?

Anonymous said...

April fools!

Anonymous said...

Great April Fools joke. I must admit, you got me!

Agness McLean said...

And happy April Fools Day to you Dan. If only it was so,


Yep I Said It! said...

Ahhh Shucks! You mean this isn't for real???! Gosh!

Anonymous said...

of course it's April Fools it wasn't singed

Pat Turner Kavanaugh said...

Dan: last year's was better, and you claimed that was based on a press release from the mayor, too