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To the average Marco taxpayer this whole thing is quite disturbing. Is our City Council concerned as to how this whole process is being perceived by outsiders? Should there not have been a process by which a taxpayer funded building gets named prior to this action? Should the taxpayer be part of the selection process? Who knew that we were going to rename a central building for anyone? This whole thing, right or wrong, should not have been handled in this manner. I would think that the late Councilor Tucker's family would not want the negativism associated with many these posts to be part of his legacy to this city. It would be a shame to think that by failing to provide a forum for such discussions would result in tarnishing of this man's reputation, well deserved or not.
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