At the September 8 Common Council meeting, there was a discussion about the High Line project. Those wishing to make a financial contribution to the project were directed to President Councilman Rubino’s political website.
I find this puzzling. Why are contributions to a public foundation for a city project going through Rubino’s political website? It appears to me that this is a violation of rules governing public foundations. As a steward of our city, shouldn’t Mayor Dickson be questioning this?
This isn’t the way business has been, or should be, done in Summit.
Nora Radest is a candidate for Mayor of Summit in the November 3 election.
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