When Cunningham had Hickman on his radio show two days later to discuss the issue, he didn’t apologize for the negative comments but said he “mean’t no aspersions against” the city. Toward the end of the interview with Hickman, Cunningham said he and his wife would visit Monroe that weekend. Hickman countered and invited Cunningham to attend council’s May 9 meeting to explain his remarks. Cunningham agreed to attend the meeting.
Monroe councilman, radio host discuss gang comment
Cunningham is not listed on tonight’s council agenda to speak, but there is a possibility he could appear during the public comments portion of the meeting.
The Journal-News will have that meeting covered to see if Cunningham appears.