Editor,After reading the Feb. 10 guest commentary by Brett Garlick, "Critics accusations are unfounded," I've decided the public needs clarification. It is true that Mr. Draney ran for the office of city council and lost; the best man doesn't always win.I didn't attend the Kaysville City Council meeting on Feb. 5, 2013, but I listened to the audio file of that meeting. No where in Mr. Draney's remarks did he accuse the council of illegal closed-door meetings, inappropriately increasing power rates, or scheming to use the sale of city property to build a new police station. He did present these matters as questions to the council in an attempt to gain a clear understanding. It is a fact, we "responsible" citizens do not know what goes on in the council's closed meetings, therefore we're unable to judge what negotiations to be "up in arms" about.