Modern era forces city, county to consider appropriate roles

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Janet are you an idiot?  The legitimate role of govt. is to live up to the contract entered into for 99 years with the city and school district!  Regardless of personal opinion about what the role may have evolved into for govt. in our community the fact remains that the previous parties saw fit to develop a partnership for the enhancement of this community and its citizens for the Orchard Mesa Complex!

We don’t give a rats tail what 88,000 can provide for in county personnel.  We DO care that the county fulfill its responsibility as a partner in funding the Orchard Mesa Pool!

If you think for one minute the taxpayers would rather see their dollars spent on rehabbing the druggie derelicts and other individuals who are dependent on others to take care of them but not take care of the positive impact the pool complex has on community members who use it you are sadly mistaken!

In your own words lets spend money where it makes sense!

Shame on any commissioner who does not support living up to a contractual agreement!



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