I was not at the debate but was told by others who were there that my name made it into Miller's opening comments as he bragged about his "courage" to do his "duty" and his "courage" in standing up to Linda Noe.
Well, the only thing that I ever asked Don to do was to let the people of Morristown vote on Don's bill to change the Morristown Utilities Commission (MUC) appointment process from the appointment process that the people had already voted for as part of the 2001 MUC referendum election to what Don had decided in 2012 would be best.
If Don thinks that refusing my request and those of many others to let the people vote on his MUC bill somehow shows "courage," that's funny and pathetic at the same time.
Don didn't stand up against me. He stood up against the people of Morristown. He made a mockery of the 2001 referendum.
Turning your back on the people and overturning an appointment process that was put in front of the people and overwhelmingly approved BY THE VOTERS in an election as part of a series of MUC reforms is not my definition of "courage."
Turning your back on the people and refusing to let the people vote is cowardly and shows complete and utter contempt for the people.