Councilman ordered to apologize, leave employees alone

Courtesy of the town of Oro Valley
Courtesy of the town of Oro Valley

By Patrick McNamara | Arizona Daily Star

An Oro Valley Town Council member has been ordered to stay away from town employees and to apologize for offensive comments.

The Town Council took the action against Councilman Mike Zinkin on Wednesday night in connection to employee complaints made against the councilman.

“It’s an attack on me,” Zinkin said at the meeting when the council discussed the issues. “I’m tired of the unequal treatment that’s been afforded me the past couple years.”

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