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He thrives on the chaos he creates. He is a bully to staff and anyone who dares disagree with him. He is lazy, rarely shows up for meetings and when he would, he’d leave after fifteen minutes just to get his name on the record. What has been most frustrating is when someone else comes up with a great solution to a problem that we have, he would never agree to it but would never offer his own solution. Read more

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The Mason County Commissioners established a Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee to assist in dealing with the budget gap the County faces this coming year.  Mason County has experienced a growth in revenue of about 3.5% over the past several years. Expenditures, however, have increased more than 4.5%. Read more

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Irene Bowling has been treated in the most condescending manner by her political opponent, Tim Sheldon. At a recent forum, after Sheldon promoted Small Modular Reactors to the audience, Irene disagreed. Sheldon turned to her and said:” you don’t have a PH.D in science”. Of course, neither does he. This is not the first time. Read more

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The death of Senator John McCain and the actions of the current President of the United States invites a comparison of these two very different people. Read more

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As the election for Mason County Sheriff approaches I think it is necessary to compare qualifications, background, and experience of the candidates so that Mason County Voters can make an informed decision.  Sheriff Salisbury comes to us with almost 30 years of law enforcement experience.  He possesses a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, has successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Basic Law Enforcement Academy.  During Sheriff Salisbury’s career he has attended many schools, on police operations, leadership, management , and executive law enforcement functions.  He has successfully completed the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. … Read more