I ignore comments by pen names... If you cannot identify yourself, keep your opinion, it has no standing. Don't be ashamed to debate openly... it starts getting un-civil if you hide your identity(s).
If you don't adhere to previously agreed procedure, then you don't have a party...
you have a convention of fiction enthusiasts.....
They got to go.... or change up endorsements...
Dear Mark Lovelace,
I saw the article on the airport manager's extended leave. I'm always surprised when I hear the management cannot comment due to (fill in the blank rule). You can give us all, and should illuminate the situation, by listing those reasons why someone in her position would be given administrative leave, without being specific.
We have no access to the information that would explain why a critical manager would be absent with pay? That's ridiculous.... is the situation over? Can we expect it to apply to other's in a similar situation?
I hope you are looking to explain as much about this as is allowed under the law... did you check with legal council to see what the county can release to the public about this?
We don't have a secret government, much as many in government would seem to want that. Aside from the mismanagement of the construction, the misrepresentation that cost local businesses, and the issue of the safe operation of the airport in notifications for search and rescue there are likely other serious issues.
Please don't duck these questions, on the other hand, there are 3 supervisors and we are looking for clarification of this from all of the supervisors.
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vol XXIV issue 49
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