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September 19, Belgrade News

September 19, 2011

  September 19, 2011      Last Friday’s Belgrade News had some interesting articles.  First, the news that Murdock  and Skinner “booted off” Kerry White and Doug Espelien from the planning board for being “strong property rights advocates who had voiced concerns about county initiated zoning efforts.”  Murdock was quoted as saying that both White and [...]

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Forced to Fight

August 4, 2011

     In my last blog post I talked about the county’s latest “end run around the law” in their attempt to adopt these newest and even more abusive floodplain regulations without proper legal notice and time for public comment.      I have now, personally, filed a lawsuit in District Court contesting the constitutionality of these [...]

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Eminent Domain or Imminent Domain

August 4, 2011

     I have preached incessantly about the insidious regulatory taking of our rights and freedoms.  I am sure I sound like a broken record at times but we are in a serious fight for our lives, at the state level, with this fight over HB198.      Basically, our legislators sold us down the river.  HB198 [...]

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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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The Dishonesty Continues

July 20, 2011

July 19, 2011                                                                      The Dishonesty Continues     I just came from a meeting of the county commissioners wherein they would vote to approve the new proposed Gallatin County Floodplain regulations.  All I can say is:  Ruler’s Law is alive and well in Gallatin County!!      First of all the legal notice requirements were [...]

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Korner Klub Targeted

July 8, 2011

The July 5, 2011 issue of the Belgrade News reported that the Korner Klub, at four corners, is the latest target of Gallatin County’s Ruler’s Law, whims of men bureaucracy.  The paper reported that the owner, Jerry Ritter, has testified that he re-built the septic system in 1985 to the specifications of the health officer [...]

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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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Economic Development??

April 14, 2011

                                            Economic Development??      Twice now, the Belgrade News has printed an article entitled “County Launches Initiative to Spur More Economic Development”.  Is this a joke?  Is this the same county government that has spent the last 6 years doing everything possible to discourage growth of any kind in the Gallatin Valley?      As a [...]

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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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