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Commission adopts public comment policy

April 17, 2013

The Randolph County Commission adopted a public comment policy Tuesday that places limits on the amount of time speakers may address the commission....

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misfittoy

Apr-17-13 11:52 AM

It is those like Mr House who cause other people in the community to believe that Christians are all "nut jobs" and also cause others to not take Christianity seriously. When will he and his constituents realize that by making specticles of themselves they take away time from getting the business of the county done.

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PotBelly

Apr-17-13 12:36 PM

How dare the lowly public to assume they have the right to speak to the almighty supreme commissioners that they elected!!

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TruthSeeker

Apr-17-13 7:53 PM

Yeah those liberals don't want to hear from their constituents anyway. They cannot handle criticism or opposing views. Just like todays news that Democrat moron Baucus who helped pass and get the Obamacare fiasco passed now ADMITS and WHINES that it is a disaster waiting to happen. Oh really? He couldn't have enough intelligence to THINK and READ the thing BEFORE signing it and voting for it could he?

Pelosi told them they had to pass it before they could see what was in it. No wonder liberals get bad mortgage deals when they're too ignorant to READ something before signing it. Total idiots.

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TruthSeeker

Apr-17-13 7:54 PM

Atheists are the nut jobs. God says so. He says those who believe there is no God are fools; thus their holiday...April Fools day! Misfit...name fits.

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misfittoy

Apr-22-13 1:53 PM

Each individual has the right to submit the given topic they would like to discuss, and is then given 5 minutes to speak on said topic. Have any of you been in such a meeting where there are NOT time restraints on public comment? Is no one worried about the amount of time that it would take away from the actual business that MUST be done at these meetings if everyone is given all the time they want? Our tax dollars pay the county officials and employees that take part in that meeting. I would much rather see my tax dollars spent to allow these officials to spend time on the issues facing this county instead of being forced to listen to the same nut over and over again. By the way truthseeker, I am the furthest thing from an athiest that you will ever find. Read comments, don't just skim them and begin your judegemental posts. "Judge not"...

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