April 1, 2009
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To the editor: These comments are to explain my belief according to my 60 years around the soccer ball. I am a fan of all ability and experience levels. My comments and beliefs are that we need soccer coaches and an athletic director who can be honest and can do the job in an acceptable way, not just because they will have the job and receive pay.
The Craig City Council handled its share of controversies in the past year, first getting embroiled in a First Amendment lawsuit and then tackling how it should regulate medical marijuana inside city limits.
Francisco Reina, a candidate for Craig City Council in the April 2009 municipal election, may have changed the landscape of city politics, despite coming in last place in his bid for local government.
City to pay $2.2K in City Council candidate's legal fees, agrees to void spending limit
Attorneys for the city of Craig agreed to a settlement Friday in Moffat County District Court for local resident Francisco Reina's civil suit, filed by an American Civil Liberties Union legal team.
Attorneys for the city of Craig and local resident Francisco Reina are close to reaching an out-of-court settlement, according to paperwork filed in Moffat County District Court.
Attorneys negotiating out-of-court settlement for former council candidate
The city of Craig has until Monday to file an answer to former Craig City Council candidate Francisco Reina's civil suit in Moffat County District Court.
Reina's civil suit still pending in District Court
The Craig City Council took a step toward changing a city charter provision on campaign expenses Tuesday night but did not address an ongoing civil suit against the city regarding the same issue.
City drops criminal case, prepares for civil suit in District Court
The citation filed against Craig resident Francisco Reina was dismissed Wednesday morning, but the case continues in Moffat County District Court in the form of a civil suit against the city of Craig.
Some council members would like more about policy issue
Craig City Attorney Kenny Wohl said he does not plan to cite City Councilor Terry Carwile, who may have violated the city charter by not filing a complete campaign expense report after the April election.
Former council candidate spent 3 times campaign limit
The Craig City Council voted, 6-0, Tuesday to recommend the city attorney prosecute a former council candidate for spending more money than was allowed on his campaign for the April election.
This is the second part of a question and answer series with each Craig City Council candidate who will appear on the April 7 municipal election ballot.