The early settling down of the Filner infamy following his Monday guilty pleas to well known charges for false imprisonment and two rounds of battery eases the public's irritation. Injustice no longer stands in the way of the city's work on recovery plans. Sexual harassment mischief the mayor, who served less than a first year tem, had to take responsibility for, before the law, lowered the voters gratitude for the city's gains a mayoral vote puts on the San Diego work plan. But, now, the city is back on its recovery road.
Neighborhood block building goals have been staked out by the city council during interim mayor Todd Gloria's work in office. Full jobs growth will take fewer steps today. Build up the city's enterprise done for its work San Diegans thank a government for doing to full strength.
Public word on Bob Filner during his time in psychological treatment and probation will grow spare. City leaders can make a clean break with the city's recent past by telling locals the coming work on building stable thriving neighborhoods will make good on San Diego's name.
The women picked by Filner for his tries at social relations at work can live a quiet private life.
Letting social mischief spoil the city's reputation for resilient enterprise is falling in the lost morale trap. Making things worse never earns a city respect. City workers can forget about the distractions during the mayoral transition.
David Alvarez or Kevin Faulconer will have their turn to plan a full recovery without any indiscreet charges against the city lined up. Time to move on past Monday, December 9th. And, start a San Diego story worth talking about.
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