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Looking back on Sept. 27, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
To the editor: On September 14 four members of The Dalles City Council dismissed City Manager Nolan Young with no public discussion or explanation. The action was effective immediately. In the nearly two weeks since then no one, to my knowledge, has explained their action. This is appalling.
Seated among the audience at local government meetings, particularly those with controversial subject matter, is often a reporter from The Dalles Chronicle.