continued That day, Paul Robinson, Sunroad lawyer, wrote Waring, "The meeting turned out very well. I am optimistic an acceptable solution will be found. Thanks for getting us all together."
Waring then boasted, "The City is acting to encourage a solution."
So in the substation controversy, Waring dealt closely with Sunroad and its owner, Aaron Feldman, beginning in spring of 2006. Are we to believe that the gnawing subject of federal and state demands to limit the height of the Centrum 12 building never came up? Are we to believe that Waring was never told of the threat to aviation safety by Feldman, Story, or those City bureaucrats under him?
It's not going to fly.