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July 20, Dear Mr. Gray

July 20, 2011

  July 20, 2011 Dear Mr. Gray,      I do not know how Joby could have ever been tricked into believing that you have even the slightest bit of honor and integrity.      I have enclosed a copy of the Montana Code Annotated that covers publication notices for public meetings.  Please note that under MCA [...]

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Dear Commissioners, June 23, 2011

July 1, 2011

June 23, 2011 Dear Commissioners Skinner, Murdock and White,      As I watch the flood waters flow across my driveway on Amsterdam Road, due to the incompetence of your puppet Sean O’Callaghan in NOT enforcing his own “Findings of Fact” in regard to the Erwin Bridge Fishing Access Site, I am reminded of your self-proclaimed [...]

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April 14, 2011 Dear Commissioners

April 14, 2011

April 14, 2011 Dear Commissioners,      Belgrade News reports, “County Launches Initiative to Spur More Economic Development”.  Really??      After 6 years of abusing everyone possible with your “whims of men” Ruler’s Law?  After destroying the tax base to where you had to try to cheat the law enforcement personnel?  After your unconstitutional and illegal [...]

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February 23, 2011. Dear Denny Rehberg

February 24, 2011

  February 23, 2011 Dear Denny,      I received your letter asking for support for your run for the senate seat of Jon Tester.  Unfortunately my political views have changed due to the lack of honor and integrity of many so called republicans.      Here in Gallatin County we have 3 county commissioners and a [...]

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February 2, 2011 Dear Assistant Attorney General

February 2, 2011

February 2, 2011 Dear Assistant Attorney General,      I received your generic dismissal letter on behalf of Attorney General Steve Bullock.  In your letter you state, “The Attorney General has no supervisory authority over county commissioners and only limited supervisory authority over county attorneys.  That authority can only be exercised when the actions of the [...]

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February 2, 2011 Letter to Editor

February 2, 2011

  February 2, 2011      I read with great interest the article in the January 28, 2011 edition of the Chronicle entitled “County Officials Oppose Local Legislator’s Bill.”      The bill they opposed is SB150 proposed by Art Wittich wherein public employees would be required to pay their own legal bills for violating a constitutional [...]

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Dear Mr. Attorney General

January 14, 2011

January 13, 2011 Dear Mr. Attorney General,      I am writing to you today because I am confused about the legality of circumstances currently happening in Gallatin County.      Recently, District Court Judge John Brown found our county commissioners guilty of what the newspaper described as illegally implementing a pay scheme to circumvent state law [...]

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Jan. 2011. Dear Commissioners

January 14, 2011

January 12, 2011 Dear Commissioners,      Again, just when I think you cannot stoop any lower you guys find a way to do it.  The focus of my blog lately has been your current scandal over the lawsuit that our law enforcement people won regarding the pay you chose to cheat them out of.      [...]

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Dear Mr. Lambert, Dec. 27. 2010

December 31, 2010

December 27, 2010 Dear Mr. Lambert      I have read in the papers the news that the commissioners are still intending to try to force their top-down zoning agenda on the citizens of Gallatin Count y.  The Chronicle indicated that you were considering standing idly on the sidelines while the GOMAG group contests the legally [...]

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Letter to editor, Western Ag Reporter October 13, 2010

October 15, 2010

Letter to editor, Western Ag Reporter   October 13, 2010 Dear Linda, I am writing to inform your readers abut a fight that is happening in Gallatin County but could seriously affect all ag landowners in the state.  Two of our county commissioners; Joe Skinner and Bill Murdock along with our county attorney Marty Lambert have [...]

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