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Letter: Present options, make a decision

Shannon Sexton writes:
Quote from your article: "However, the crowd of interested citizens didn't total as many as might be found shopping early Sunday morning at Walmart. Fifteen people attended in addition to members of the Court, plus there were around 150 people active on the court's Facebook site."

Do not assume the lack of attendance at a 4:30pm meeting reflects the lack of concern by citizens of Adair Co. A large amount of "working people" in this county do not get off work until 5pm or after. I watched live on Facebook from work and finished up on my drive home. 212 minimum attended the live feed, as I screen shot it for this very reason. Make no mistake, people are very much concerned and eager to see a FIRM plan of action presented from the county - whether it be suggested cuts or suggested tax rates. Grab the bull by the horns and put two options on the table. Take some comments and opinions, then do what so many of us has done during this trying time - make some hard decisions.
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