Letter: For Tiverton’s sake, Katz needs to move on

Posted 12/4/19

To the editor:

Let’s take a moment to pity Justin Katz. He can’t stand defeat, poor baby. He lost, and he can’t move on. 

If he thinks he is “the chosen one”, …

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Letter: For Tiverton’s sake, Katz needs to move on

Posted

To the editor:

Let’s take a moment to pity Justin Katz. He can’t stand defeat, poor baby. He lost, and he can’t move on. 

If he thinks he is “the chosen one”, then I suppose it is hard to accept rejection. He needs to stop blaming the good citizens of Tiverton who voted him out of office because of his poor performance. 

He actually described his own behavior on the council when he wrote recently, “Insiders feel like being in power is something they deserve, and when they are in power, they get their fingers into everything. They revel in the political advantage power gives them, but they aren’t very good at actually running a government.” 

That described in a nutshell why the voters turned him out of office. It’s time for Mr. Katz to look in the mirror.

Louise Durfee

Tiverton

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