This letter is being written in response to the stories that appeared in this newspaper on 18 Apr and 25 Apr 2014.
First the 18 Apr story “Officials, others scrutinize county’s past spending.” In this article the Beat 1 Supervisor is referenced in stating “most major decisions have been and are still made with expert advice on hand.” If this statement is correct Mr. Dunn, please tell us what projects had “expert advice on hand”.
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