By Jaye Bell It seems Commissioner Cribbins, in her 10-27-14 The World newspaper op-ed, has misunderstood many issues regarding the November ballot measure 6-149 “Voice of the Voters” Charter. Ms Cribbins vehemently has rejected any input or checks and balances by the citizens over her decisions for controlling Coos County. But still, she is also […]
By Jaye Bell In reference to The World editorial, June 10th, proclaiming our County Commissioners have no responsibility to tell the federal government ‘NO’ when it comes to totally un-Constitutional legislation such as the NDAA ( incarceration, no trial, no evidence necessary ) being enforced in our county: Even the Governor and the State Legislature […]
WHY DID THE CHARTER BALLOT MEASURE 6-143 NOT PASS?
A vehicle owned by Jaye Bell and Ronnie Herne, founders of the home rule charter committee, ARRRG, appears to have been sabotaged. Sheriff’s officials have been notified and the vandalism includes sidewalls slit, tampering with the throttle and draining the engine oil. In each instance the damage was done in such a way as to disable the vehicle only after traveling and could have caused serious injury or fatality to oncoming traffic as well as Bell and Herne.
talk radio host Cam Parry who will arrive cunningly disguised as an interim county commissioner to argue in favor of the ordinance. The LOWV event begins at 7PM with Arnie Roblan vs Scott Roberts. Herne and Bell will represent the charter beginning at approximately 8PM.
By Jaye Bell What to do…. What to do I was thinking about the BOC solutions to problem solving. The appointed BOC members have stated they did not know how to run the county so they created two committees (Structure and Governance ) to direct them. A year later their committees came up with a […]
can you imagine applying for, and accepting, a job position then spending your time in that job waiting for your appointed committee to tell you what should be done?
Parry, however, took the opportunity to comment on points in the charter that he believed infringed upon freedom of speech and referred to sections he said prohibited staff from reporting criminal violations although he didn’t specify the sections. Bell complained that he was prejudicing the public by not reading the charter in full and taking sections out of context.
Rob Taylor personally arranged for the local guest appearance of noted author and Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, Randal O’toole, who discussed Urban Renewal and Crony Capitalism, addressing the problematic favoritism built into the system.
Our Solid Waste Department, which is is a very important part of Coos County infrastructure, is meeting all “environmental quality” standards.