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Results of the investigation will be made available to the city Thursday or Friday, according to Fairbanks.
But, he says, he's not sure whether the report will be made available to the public because he doesn't know yet what will be included in it. And, he says, no resolutions will be discussed until the report is studied.
Richert believes he has done the right thing in trying to remedy the situation through his public apology.
"They were offended and that was a mistake that I did not understand. If they feel that I did not make it right, they have not said that to me," Richert says.