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City manager defends himself at study session

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At City Council’s study session, a discussion about administrative evaluations escalated into a heated debate between mayor and city manager.

By Liam Adams

The June 11 Brighton City Council study session went from civil discourse to a heated debate after Philip Rodriguez, city manager, accused Mayor Ken Kreutzer and Mayor Pro Tem J.W. Edwards of attacking him.


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