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Opponents Won’t Stop Efforts To Oust Senum

A Nevada County Sheriff’s Deputy who created an online petition urging the Nevada City Council to ask newly-elected councilmember Reinette Senum to resign says he’s satisfied with what was accomplished. Deputy Jesse King says the site is still active and over 26-hundred people have signed it…

click to listen to Deputy King

Mayor Evans Phelps did ask Senum to resign, at Wednesday night’s council meeting, that heard numerous people also ask Senum to go. Councilmember Duane Strawser, who was not at the meeting, also supported a resignation, in a statement read by Phelps. The two other new members on the council, Valerie Moberg and David Parker, were non-committal at the time. Meanwhile, King says even though Senum can’t be legally ousted by the city, opponents are not done…

click to listen to Deputy King

King says he’s also heard a lot of talk about a recall, but there’s nothing organized yet.

1 Comment

July 18, 2016


We strongly feel that Councilmember Reinette Senum should resign from the Nevada City Council after blasting law enforcement on her Facebook page. Our First Amendment guarantees we do have freedom of speech but that freedom needs to be used wisely. Someone should not cry "fire" in a huge crowd of people. Likewise our freedom of speech should not help to cause anarchy in America by harshly criticizing our police force who is there for our protection.

Our Civic Leaders should be peacemakers not those that cause division.

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