August 3, 2016
WHAT WAS THE BOC’s VOTE TO STOP “MISINFORMATION”?
As this blog reported last night—
Jim Alexander, County Attorney, tried to explain to Comm. Salmon exactly why it wasn’t possible, feasible, or fiscally responsible to send out a letter every time Comm. Salmon thought “misinformation” had been put out. Mr. Alexander cited, among other things, free speech. Watch this video for the attorney’s discussion with the BOC:
HOW DID THE BOC VOTE?
Watch this video to find out, and then see what action Comm. Salmon took:
(this is a must watch video)
Comm. Henry tried to impress upon the others that the attorney said this was not doable; yet Salmon and Pennamon proceeded anyway.
WHAT DOES A CRYBABY DO WHEN HE DOESN’T GET HIS WAY?
Once Comm. Salmon did not get his way, he wanted the county attorney ousted, and made a motion to do so. He was unable to get a 2nd to his motion.
Remember–Comm. Salmon had no problem with Attorney Alexander when he was working on the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) to give JCWSA $50,000 up front and $42,900 per year for 31 years. No siree! Alexander was Salmon’s best buddy then. In fact, that IGA was approved at a meeting without being on the agenda, and without the public having any prior notice of the IGA. Salmon pulled it out and decided they could “fill in the blanks”, and of course, Alexander went along. This is how most things have been working with this BOC—out of the public eye and costly to the taxpayers.
The next blog will be about the new Fire Pumper and the ISO preliminary audit.