E-Mail Communicating With U.S. City Council Members May Be Flawed.
For the first time in my life, I had occasion to send all the city city council members an e-mail (April 2016) in one city. I then had to send a single city council member in a different city a private e-mail. I noticed that for the two separate cities, I was not allowed to send an e-mail to the council person of my choice. Both cities offered a web page e-mail client and I would have to guess where the message is sent to some city clerk first and then distributed to the city council members. I really do not like this arrangement. I can think of a number of instances where a citizen might want to inform a particular council member. I believe that each city council member should publish their own separate e-mail address.
The e-mail to a Placentia City council member sharing the find that someone had substituted a signature for the city attorney, April 5, 2016 agenda, twice, (3c & 3d) got no response back by e-mail or mentioned in the city council meeting.
The e-mail to all of the Fullerton City council members, April 3, 2016, resulted in no response. I asked them to consider making the Meridian Club a community center.