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Hillary Clinton is always bringing up Trump's bankrupts, but she never wants you to think about when federal, state, or county government workers make misjudgments, they say—“Hand the bill to the tax payers and, by the way, we deserve a raise.”
It's fine to spend money and hand the bill to the tax payers.
Ask County Attorney Joe Abler if he and Patti Good could put in a few extra hours. If they shared those extra 16-20 hours a week that would be no more than an hour and thirty-six minutes to two hours a day.
Planning/zoning budget—would we see this increase in salary if the old employee was still there?
The jail budget—was Sheriff Moore present in supervisor meetings when the new jail was asked for and was he one of the planners of the jail? If so, is everything that was promised about the jail coming true? I didn't go to the jail open house but talked to someone who did and they told me it was a state of the art jail. Is this true? Could've the county done with less? His deputies are making less than the road crew—do they want to switch jobs?
Koinzan cost of living increase—we can tell you're not on social security.
Please explain to me why do government workers think they deserve a raise every year and more benefits? Elected officials maybe you should be an example and forgo raises this year. How many of you voted for the jail?
Henry said, “Think about how this looks to the tax payers.” I think you should've been thinking about the tax payers five years ago. Will the Antelope County Supervisors bypass the voters when it comes to a bond issue for road equipment like they did the jail?
I'll give this advise to the supervisors—when you go to assess farm land, drop it five percent less than you did last year and than you let people who live in town know what's going to happen to them if you don't learn to stop spending!
Lois Mosel, Clearwater
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