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Do you really think Bill Gates will deny Al Church a $340,000 bonus of your tax money?

October 5th, 2013 at Sat, 5th, 2013 at 1:13 am by Jerry Galland

In my campaign material, I ask “Is it responsible to Give the chief over $340,000 if he gets FIRED?”


Bill Gates wants to misdirect you with a Bill Clinton (depends on what the definition of is is) into somehow thinking we are not going to give $340,000 of your taxes to the chief as a going away present.


Don’t let him fool you.


Not only is the chief planning on leaving real soon, he will be taking his $340,000 parting gift, thanks to the dealings of Bill Gates.

I am active in the arena of government accountability. In order to stay on the pulse and help keep the public informed, without compensation, I have attended every regular meeting and almost every Special meeting of the Board of Commissioners since October 2010.

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