Mayor Auborn continues to support imposing a National Marine Sanctuary on the people of Port Orford.
Mayor Auborn attempted to deceive the public and the city council, by releasing false information via mass media, and within official city of Port Orford council meeting agenda packets.
The mayors false statements were deliberate, and intended to generate support for the official city endorsement of a National Marine Sanctuary at Cape Blanco.
A National Marine Sanctuary would cause permanent and unnecessary financial and social hardships to our community, as well as surrender our local resources, and the management of them to the Federal Government.
Port Orford is defined as a "Fishing Community" by the Magnuson-Stevens Act of 1976 (1996 and 2006) The Act insures conservation and responsible use of ocean resources.
Public trust in city government is not possible as long as Mayor Auborn holds the office intended to represent our "Fishing Community"
Mayor Auborn has used former city personnel to engage in personal projects.
Mayor Auborn and his cohorts habitually promote the agenda of special interest groups that contradict our communities history and values.
Mayor Auborn has financially assisted other local elected officials, rendering objectivity improbable.
Mayor Auborn did not notify the public following major contamination of the city water supply.
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