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County reverses itself on office safety measure

February 6, 2014

Recently, given partial information about the Assessor’s Office request for bulletproof glass, Martin County commissioners voted (3-2) to deny the expense, not seeing the purported security concern....

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Feb-17-14 8:00 PM

"HIS pet project" By this you are referring to Whitman being Schmidtke's pet project. Seems that Schmidtke will vote for anything Whitman wants. Very disappointed in Belgard and Flohrs following along with another one of schmidtkes whims. Schmidtke by far tops the list when it comes to commissioner's will spend spend spend when it comes to his pets. Thank you schmidtke, belgard and flohrs. When do your terms come up again?

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Feb-12-14 2:46 AM

The roads are going to*****around here, the schools and the local gov'ts are bilking us for nearly every penny they can get. Fuel costs are through the roof with no end in sight and this whiney piece of work, a CIVIL SERVANT no less, wants more money for HIS pet project. I guess I'm not surprised it would be the tax assessor that is whining about the safety thingy. It's all free money to these people. If you don't like where your rabbit hole is, quit. You and your office have been living the good life and screwing the people of this county for too many years as it is. Go get a real job like a real person ya cryin crook.

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