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Ponder away it appears to be your strength and "we" all should play to our strengths. Just don't complain that while you are stuck in your ponder paralysis the rest of us will continue getting it done.
the truth is....You are not part of the solution you are part of the problem. A headline hunter who is not about the benefit but the show. Those who do this for dialogue and change do it month in month out for the good of the community and the organizations they represent. Have you offered any solutions to these issues you are complaining about? How many council meeting had you attended prior to your tirade? How many hospital board meeting? How many fire board meetings? How many booster meetings, maximum commitment to excellence and finally friends of Moffat County education meetings?
Like I said easier to tear down then to create....create something Al.
Amen! Keep up the great work! Wish I could run in the leaf cruncher to support a great cause. Keep being a do'er boycott the doubters!
Taxpayer you have become a professional complainer. Much like the boy who cried "wolf" we need to just ignore you.
It is always easier to tear down than to create.
Ignorance by definition is a state of being uninformed (lack of knowledge). aka....the editorial board.
Only one organization of the three mentioned would be able to assist with an athletic need like the bleachers. The bulldog booster club. Unfortunately the school has no say in how those funds are dispersed.
The editorial board has made a habit of throwing anyone and everyone they can under the proverbial bus. I for one am sick of it and will react by doing the only thing I can. I will be canceling my insurance with Mr. Cashion and not renewing my CDP subscription. Boycott the ignorance!
"Craig resident and Craig Daily Press contributor Al Cashion voiced his concern about the rate physicians are leaving earlier this month at a hospital board of trustees meeting. He asked the board why staff was leaving a new hospital, and said perception is playing a major part in how the community views the situation."
Al and his perceptions. His perceptions on the fire board, his perceptions on City Council, his perception on the hospital and even his religious perception.
My perception is the community has had enough of Al Cashion and like Al says perception is reality.
I seriously think Al needs some therapy. His letter to the editor outlining his detailed conversations with God, public outbursts at council meetings severe enough to require apologies. They tend to call these Red Flags or Warning Signs.
Thought this question closed? Guess the results weren't what they had hoped so they opened it back up.
Want to hear something even more laughable?
Our Moffat County Commissioners used this sham of a polling source to determine what should be done with the Latrell Barn. They requested a question be created outlining several options including one to spend at least $100,000 to repair the rarely used facility. The sad part is those cowardly politicians are paid to make those types of decisions yet they relied on these sham polls to make a decision for them.
So roughly 200 people who could be subscribers or readers from anywhere in the world, who could feasibly vote once per day are making a $100,000 dollar decisions for our esteemed commissioners. These questions should be for entertainment purposes only and anyone who would consider them factual should be embarrassed. I now find myself looking forward to January and the exit of two of our three so called commissioners. To bad we won't get a clean sweep but hopefully our two new commissioners can lend Mr. Mather's some backbone.
My hats off to the Fire Board and City Council for doing what they were elected to do. Make the tough decisions based off what they feel is best for the City and District.
Stand tall cause you have the backbone to do so!
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