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November 4, 2013

City Police union backs James Calnon for mayor


“They want to know about the economic viability of the city and what the plan is and what the sustainability of the department is. I understand that, for them, they felt it was safer to go with the status quo than with uncertainty. My whole way is about changing the way we function, and sometimes it is not easy to accept that.”

Tiffer said he will treat every city worker fairly and in good faith if elected, regardless of any endorsement.

As for Rosenquest claiming he is now the frontrunner, Tiffer said that was laughable.

“He can think whatever he wants. That just further shows his ego and the type of person he is. As far as I know, Calnon was never the frontrunner.

“I respect Jim, and I respect Chris, and I respect myself. As far as I am concerned, this is a three-way race and there is no frontrunner, and we will find out Tuesday.”

Email Joe LoTemplio:jlotemplio@pressrepublican

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