However, the newspaper, after much hand-wringing about the city leaders' decision, can only find one city official to commiserate with them, so he's the one who gets the lion's share of the ink. They barely mention the fact that the mayor, the other three city councilmen, and the city's public safety director support the sale.
Gun auction troubles Center Line councilman
“I don’t feel like this is the right way to get rid of guns. I don’t think I could ever forgive myself if we sold a gun to somebody and the person killed somebody,” said Councilman Ronald Lapham.
Well that being the case, the city should probably not sell the two Chevy Tahoes that they're also planning to auction off. I mean, what if one of them is used by someone who gets a DWI?
As for my two cents, I'm going to be watching for this auction. I may have to get me one just because it'll irk Ronald Lapham.