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Beji Amhoudi  
La Vernia  
November 7, 2013 8:26am
 
I see a lot of complaints.. which of you went to the meeting? Seems like a lot of your complaints were asked and answered at the meeting.. and would people PLEASE let the Animal Shelter/Roads thing go! The Judge provided a reasonable and logical (for government) answer to why it was done that way, and yet I continue to see people looking for a boogie-man where there is none. Have we run out of substantive issues so we have nothing to pursue but red herrings? The costs were explained, the goals were explained - I don't see the issue here other than you personally don't like the Judge and want only to besmirch him. Some of you rabble-rousers don't even live here, but harass the forums from afar just for pay (paid shills for the Dems) and entertainment.

What you should be worried about is the Water bill. $14 Billion in slush fund with no plan will most likely result in "havesting" water rights from Wilson County and perhaps even a tax on your water well. It might become illegal to collect runoff in your stock tank - like it is in parts of California! Why the Farm B would endorse it I don't understand!
     
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