Ally Miller, Pima County's most unstable supervisor, had a guest column in today's morning daily
complaining that Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry and Arizona Daily Star
columnist Tim Steller have accused her of wanting to "damage the brand" of Pima County:
During the past few months a flurry of memoranda has been published by Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry on various topics, including one accusing me of “damaging the brand” in an attempt to unseat incumbent county supervisors in the upcoming 2016 election.
In addition, Star columnist Tim Steller has published articles accusing me of intentionally “damaging the Pima County brand.”
Well, wherever did they get that idea? Maybe, as Steller wrote in his column, it was in an email that Miller herself sent out. From Steller's column that has Miller worked up:
Here’s the first sentence of an email Miller wrote to fellow opponents of November’s bond elections soon after those ballot issues lost.
“I’m still not sure they realize I have been setting the table for 3 years damaging their brand and setting the table for 2016,” she wrote Nov. 6. “I thought they were beginning to figure that o [sic] ... but it is good they seem to be oblivious.”
Just more evidence that Miller's brand is looney-tunes.