'You really have a lot of freedom as an elected official'
Jan 7, 2014 at 4:07 PM
Norwalk city council members can expect a refresher course in public-records law after a recent incident involving a member of the board forwarding what some are calling a racially insensitive email.
Bob Carleton, a member of city council for the better part of two decades, has come under fire for forwarding the email which poked fun at a minority student who was struggling with spelling.
Council is scheduled to meet at 7:30 tonight for an organizational meeting, followed by a work session and then the regular session.
A pair of stories about the Carleton controversy were published Monday in the Norwalk Reflector.