Deedee Corradini's problems with Bonneville Pacific are something I am happy to let the courts and her lawyers work out. Apparently, not a few Salt Lakers are concerned about her involvement with the defunct corporation.
Not I. While these troubles may disqualify her as a den mother, it is plenty obvious that she knows how to run the city. I don't need to have a hero in the mayor's office. I am keenly interested in a mayor who can do the job. She has, and can.Her challengers must be grateful for the Bonneville Pacific controversy; What else would they talk about? It is too easy for challengers to say that they will do a better job, to come up with a slug of "good ideas." Even if one agrees with these good ideas, there is no assurance that those ideas can be implemented.
Deedee Corradini's record of running the city is terrific: If it ain't broken, don't fix it.
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