Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio On Sunday Square Off Discussing Private Meetings With "High-Powered Individuals"

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Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio appeared on Sunday Square Off to talk to 12 News' Brahm Resnik about the committee of "high-powered individuals" who had been meeting quietly.

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Resnik points out several contradictions about DiCiccio, including his general praise and belittling of city employees.

Read the initial New Times story about the meetings (not secret anymore). 

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