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Councilwoman Alondra Cano: Where's the solidarity with the people of Powderhorn?

It's all good and well to back a tribal fight, but your constituents could use your help in Powderhorn Park too.

It's all good and well to back a tribal fight, but your constituents could use your help in Powderhorn Park too. Tony Webster

Reader Brad Schaeppi responds to Council Member Alondra Cano puts colleagues in awkward position over supporting Sioux:

Where's the solidarity for livability on my block in Powderhorn?

Trash picked up regularly, lawns mowed regularly, alley garages not falling apart, life free from the worry that you are one day from your garage broken into, and my downstairs tenant not having to request a motion detector in the back yard as she has felt unsafe multiple times parking next to random people in the alley at late hours.

The overall tolerance for crime and bad citizen behavior is frustrating. Yes to sacred lands, but let's focus on our ward please.