Today was the outgoing executive board’s last meeting. Duran serves as chairman of that board and when his term is up on Dec. 31, he’s slated to keep his 2007 diesel-fueled Ford truck. Kania will drive home his 2006 Ford Five Hundred car, which he says has 59,000 miles on it.
“I told the board that if they wanted to do me a favor, they’d give me a motorcycle,” Kania jokingly told Westword last month. “They said no.”
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