Thursday, November 05, 2020

Clay County Quitter Reckoning Reconsidered

More insight into this local government bloodletting that only proves to us that middle-class white people are just as horrible as anyone else when it comes to local government.

Check the latest round of slap-fighting among these Northland players . . .

Five Top Clay County Employees Resign, Alleging Harassment By The Presiding Commissioner

Clay County government will pay out more than $350,000 to five top county employees in settlement agreements approved Monday. The resignations include assistant county administrators Nicole Brown, Laurie Portwood and Brad Garrett. It marks a significant shakeup in county government - these are the top three appointed posts.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Big changes coming with the charter approval, so it's time to cash in and try to avoid blame as the rocks are turned over and all the bad stuff surfaces.
Many miles yet to go with the Clay County fiasco.

Anonymous said...

Any entity as large as Clay County should never have only 3 members of a governing commission. Too easy for two persons to collude.

Anonymous said...

This puts a big dent in the "Liberty Mafia", maybe the new Constitution will help restore some measure of representation of the Majority of the county's population within County Government.

Anonymous said...

Nice of Clay County Taxpayers to provide such luxurious lifeboats for the rats abandoning the sinking Ridgeway/Owen ship. Thanks, Suckers!~

Jesse said...

Now, at long last, can Nutle provide a foto of the coffeemaker that caused him to be mean and nasty for the last five years.

Can Galloway finally provide the audit for the big reveal of all the improprieties of the coffeemaker?

Anonymous said...

Nope, Jesse (or Luanne), but she'll be able to when the State Auditor's Department gets the records that the Ridgeway/Owen Clique has been refusing to turn over for two years, despite three Court Orders and after spending at least $5 Million Taxpayer's Dollars on outside Lawyers to try to prevent turning over.

This involves just a bit more than a $600 Coffee maker (which, by the way, has mysteriously vanished) and you damned well know it!