Posted: Monday, August 2, 2021. 4:38 pm CST.
By Benjamin Flowers: Five town councilors from the San Ignacio/Santa Elena Town Council representing the People’s United Party delivered a stern warning in writing to Mayor Earl Trapp to not host a United Democratic Party (UDP) press conference at the San Ignacio Town Hall.
The letter was signed by councilors Zahir Figueroa, Aaron Mai, Shirlene Neal, Omar Rodrigues, and Matthew Preston, and delivered today, August 2, 2021. The councilors warned Trapp that they would “expose his political agenda” if he decided to actually hold a meeting in conjunction with Leader of the United Democratic Party, Patrick Faber inside the Town Hall.
“We, therefore, sign this letter so that you may consider withdrawing your decision to hold your political press conference in the Town Hall. If you insist then we are bound to inform the people, not with lies but with the truth because the truth shall make you free,” the councilors said. “This is not a threat but a promise. The people are on our side.”
The councilors also told Trapp that his role is to work with the PUP Town Council’s development plan, which targets the areas of development programs, community and economic programs, environment, general structures and authority, health and human services, information technology, leadership, and management, finance, and other Town Council Functions and services.
The councilors stressed to Mayor Trapp that the Town Hall belongs to the people of the municipality and not any political party, as such, the Town Hall must remain neutral at all times.
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