In a move reeking of irony and rotting fish, Don Norman of TRIC told Pat Whitten that he has no further intention of interfering with Storey County politics.
Lance Gliman wrote a similar letter suggesting that after he and Norman poured 142k into the effort to recall Antinoro and pouring lies and garbage into the mailboxes of Storey County voters, they are now going to assume the role of benevolent Switzerland should Antinoro be recalled.
Given that the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center gets way more in county resources than they and their tenants contribute, it is remarkable that Don Norman should think he would have a say in anything relating to the county.
TRIC is a drain on county resources and especially reliant on the Sheriff’s office; 40% of the calls made by the Sheriff’s Office were in the north end of the county. With all the traffic, accidents and moving violations generated by the workers at TRIC, we can only wonder why Mr Norman thinks he has the right to any type of influence over any part of the process.
Team Gilman would have never subjected the citizens to the polarizing effect of the recall effort had it not been for the Washoe County resident who thinks he knows what is best for the taxpayers who shoulder the tax burden of Don Norman, Lance Gilman and the rest of the tax escapers at the Center.
Thanks, Mr. Norman, but the actions on your part have been poisonous to our community. They represent a reprehensible display of low standards, unethical behavior and an inappropriate intrusion of the members of the public.
If you were truly concerned about your prospective tenants vetting Storey County leadership you would insist Lance Gilman resign as our Commissioner and focus his attention where he is most qualified; attending to the sexual comfort of visitors and residents of the Reno area.