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JERRY COLLAMER, San Clemente
It’s obvious to anyone paying attention to the ongoing aggressive antics of one of San Clemente’s councilmembers that, as much as he wishes it so, his chair on council is not a good fit.
The same happened in Huntington Beach recently, when a newly elected councilmember (to great applause) realized his new council chair was not a good fit, and quit.
Quitting a council seat is not the end of the world. In fact, “not quitting” an ill-fitting council seat is counterproductive to the future well-being of the city. Members are elected to serve, not disrupt. So, if the chair doesn’t fit, be a man and quit. The town will be better off.