Grayson spoke up immediately, saying Drayman's statement had no
place in the meeting minutes.
"This is supposition," Grayson said. "Your report is bringing out
inferences that are not relevant."
Drayman disagreed: "That's your opinion, Ken. There are objective
rights and wrongs in this world. There are objective wrongs that
Drayman cautioned Grayson to hold his tongue when he began to
refute some of the audit's statements about his reports as treasurer.
"Let me just say as a friend, you may want to stop there," Drayman
Board members said they wanted to read over Drayman's statement
before endorsing it.
"There's a great deal of conclusions that are drawn, some of which
are hypothetical or at least circumstantial," board member Dale
Dawson said. "There's a lot of people's names in there."