By Robert Haugh
Park read a written statement that night.
“I am sorry and embarrassed for the statements that I made to local media regarding the situation around our city management,’’ said Park.
“I fully accept faults for my poorly thought out analogy. My comment was thoughtless and I regret making the statement.”
Park said that he would publish his full apology on his website and the City’s website if possible.
That was on March 8. As of today, Park hasn’t published his apology.
Here’s Park’s website.
He hasn’t posted anything for about a year.
Park’s apology does not appear on the City’s website either. No one at City Hall has received a request from Park to post his apology.
A member of one of the coalition groups who held a press conference calling for Park to be admonished or censured for his comments about Santana is not surprised.
“We knew he had a reputation for being abusive. We now know he’s a liar, too,” said the representative who is considering follow up measures.
This is a developing story.