Regarding the bare minimums

In the Keizertimes editorial endorsements, (October 9), we wrote: . . . sitting councilors have raised the ire of residents by refusing to adopt an inclusion resolution, but that’s only one symptom of a council that seems to have forgotten how to strive to do more than the bare minimum. 

Some took that to mean the council did the bare minimum on all its work. We were speaking specifically about an inclusion resolution. We know the . . .

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