In military terms, “collateral damage” means that a combatant’s ally or strikeforce takes an unforeseen hit – death, disfigurement, defeat – on behalf of the primary combatant, usually due to flawed strategy.
On March 18, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD) commissioner Debra Shore suffered serious collateral damage, due to her allies’ flawed strategy. As a result, she won’t be the MWRD’s next president.
Unquestionably, the presidency of the obscure MWRD is a prize...
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