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We can't e-mail Councilman Tony Cárdenas

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Here's a theme for City Council: they publish e-mail addresses on their websites so the public can contact them, but you e-mail them and get a bounced e-mail in return. You've seen this before.

1. The city's Webmaster (see the LaBonge story link)
2. Councilman Tom LaBonge
3. Councilman Greig Smith

The next victim in the city's published e-mail address shenanigans is Councilman Tony Cárdenas, representing Council District 6 in The Valley. "No such recipient." Thanks guys.

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Photo from the Council District 6 website