The Greensboro City Council assigned a member to run its redistricting process, and he said publicly there seemed to be no need for action...
...and then another member advanced a plan that redraws district lines to her advantage, with said plan released late on a Friday afternoon and voted into reality two business days later, with the guy in charge of the process absent.
Another member was absent as well, so the hasty decision to redistrict thousands of voters was made by less than a majority of the total Council.
Whatever the merits of the plan, the process stinks.
As Joe Killian explains it, the issue can be revisited if one of the members who voted in favor of the plan asks to do so.
The four are Bill Knight, Trudy Wade, Mary Rakestraw, and Nancy Vaughan.
At least one of them should step up and do the right thing.