"Those factors provide a foundation for Bortz's feeling that political enemies - including some on council - would like to use the issue to force his departure, while doing no harm to the project they favor."So, that lead me to the question. Who are his enemies? There are only eight other people, nine if you include the Mayor. The list:
Mark Mallory (D) MayorAny guesses?
Roxanne Qualls (C,D) Vice Mayor
Cecil Thomas (D) President Pro-tem
Leslie Ghiz (R)
Amy Murray (R)
Wayne Lippert (R)
Laure Quinlivan (D)
Charlie Winburn (R)
Wendell Young (D)
Ok, so we all have foes in our life and in the workplace, but enemies? I'm sure some pols around town see me as a political enemy, in so much as I will speak out against their candidacies, but that's hardly new or excessive. That is politics. I'm not an enemy. I'm not going to go after anyone's seat once elected. I don't see that anyone on Council is an 'enemy' of Chris Bortz. There is conflict on council. That conflict is a two way street and no one is blameless. If there is a witch hunt to get Bortz, it is from outside Council.