ECSU grad King to stay in EC, fulfill council term

By JON HAWLEY

The Daily Advance

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Like most 23-year-old college graduates, Montravias King says he’s doing “a lot of reflecting” as he assesses his future options.

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AS HE SHOULD

Mr. King promised during his campaign that he would stay in the area to complete his term if elected. He has proven to be a man of his word. I have witnessed - and commented upon - some of his immature behavior/decisions on Council - the most egregious being this motion to fire City Manager Rich Olson WITHOUT CAUSE. A HUGE error, that Councilman Spence, fortunately, defeated. Having said that (which was, again a HUGE ERROR), Mr. King on Council can be very positive for our City. He brings a new, younger perspective, that blended with the knowledge & experience of some other members is needed. He can also serve as a tremendous role model for local young black men & women. He is a hard working college grad, trying to improve his community. Congratulations to Mr. King for obtaining his college degree, and remaining in EC to complete his 1st term on Council. I continue to expect good things from the young Councilman! Bill Hiemer

What a pity

That's just too bad.

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