In an apparent rebuke of their city council colleagues, two Pacifica councilmembers are calling for the public release of the details and analysis of a scrapped proposal to outsource law enforcement services that have until now been shrouded in bureaucratic secrecy.
Mayor Pro Tem Len Stone and Councilmember Mary Ann Nihart issued their request on Tuesday in an open letter addressed to Mayor Pete DeJarnatt and councilmembers Sue Digre and Ginny Jaquith.
Their 37-word request comes less than a week after the city announced that the proposed police outsourcing plan - which by the city's estimates would have saved the cash-strapped city's taxpayers $1.5 million annually - is no more.
City Manager Stephen Rhodes on Monday on whose decision it was to take the cost-cutting proposal off the table.
A majority of the council would need to approve the public document release Stone and Nihart are seeking.
Their request reads: "We hereby request the San Mateo County Sheriff's and the South San Francisco Police Department's proposals for police service for the city of Pacifica be made available to the public along with the analysis of the proposals."