By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Attorneys present trail arguments to commissioners

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I think my biggest eye opener on this is that Sadlo represents the entire county, not just a Ken Wright. separately, we are seeing huge issues with run off and I’d like to understand how the trail is going to accommodate that. Last of all, if our county cannot handle, account for, help and get our homeless properly cared for, I don’t see how they’re going to monitor the trail. Show me that the county can do their job and that the rights of farmers are protected and not going to cause toxic run off I am game.


The county staff are running the show. The BOC rubber-stamps the show, based on what the county staff does not withhold, delays, or bury from their eyes. Obstruction of Justice? quasi-judicial matters?


Sadlo is a typical mouthpiece for the government. My guess is he probably has never farmed in his life and has no clue what kind of stress he’s causing farmers. His statement that 45 people are opposing the is trail is far from the truth. Kulla as usual comes off as smarter than everyone else with his numerous degrees in all subjects but common sense. He’s a small time farmer at best and yet he needs to ask farmers questions instead of the lawyer. This whole process has been a farce since it started. This is no time to spend taxpayer money on this White Elephant. To tell you how efficient our commissioners are on getting garbage cleaned up I emailed them about all the trash along Westside Road almost 5 months ago and it’s never been taken care of so I don’t know how they will ever keep their precious Trail picked up.

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