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Travis Mann, San Clemente

I am writing in response to Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) director and Orange County District Attorney candidate Todd Spitzer’s letter in the Nov. 30-Dec. 6 edition of the San Clemente Times.  In his letter, Mr. Spitzer states, “The truth should be told,” regarding the positions he and his opponent have taken in the race for OC District Attorney. However, after making his bold proclamation that “the truth should be told,” Mr. Spitzer goes on to declare absolutely nothing regarding his position on the San Clemente toll road boondoggle, other than vaguely referencing his “actions (as a TCA director) to advance transparency and community involvement in the government process,” and his work to “understand your issues,” whatever that means. So, what is it, Mr. Spitzer? What is your position on the toll road? Because I agree, the truth should be told—and you haven’t done that yet.


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