PSJ commissioners to again revisit sign ordinance

Published: Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 12:37 PM.

The discussion turned testy several times – on three occasions Magidon gaveled for order – and spilled into philosophical debates on governing.

Buzzett said commissioners were setting a bad precedent by repeatedly addressing less major issues at the expense of the larger picture.

“I think we’ve been doing that a lot lately,” he said, “and we should be looking at the city as a whole and working to bring people together.”

Thursbay said he believed he was elected because citizens were not satisfied with “the way things had been done” and he was obligated to bring their issues forward.

Patterson noted that the Tuesday meetings were the only times commissioners could discuss issues and at one point challenged the rest of the board to get out in the community and find out what is going on instead of only paying attention every other Tuesday.

Buzzett and Magidson both took exception.

“You know better than that,” Magidson said.

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