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Kenny Absher comments on special meetings

By Kenny Absher
Personal commentary

It was only last term and prior terms where we had government which was efficient in fulfilling their duly elected duties as our elected officials. Now our local government has become so inefficient that it can no longer function as what we elected the officials for. Nothing gets done, but special meetings and a hangnail is grounds.

I look forward to our next election, Fortunately in Adair County we have been very fortunate in having teachers who loved us and taught us to our capacity and what to expect. I understand special meetings for taxes; but today it appears special meetings are called for a hangnail. One thing about this, this in my opinion and mine only but everyone I know feels likewise.--Kenny Absher



This story was posted on 2017-09-06 15:34:56
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