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Charter organizers target of vandalism

Charter organizers target of vandalism

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.

Messerle declines to consider charter until clerk validates filing

Messerle declines to consider charter until clerk validates filing

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.

ARRRG to ask BOC to put home rule charter initiative on the ballot

ARRRG to ask BOC to put home rule charter initiative on the ballot

ARRRG secretary Ronnie Herne has requested a position on the May 15 agenda for discuss placing the proposed initiative Home Rule Charter for Coos County 2012 on the November, 2012 ballot without having to collect signatures. About twenty people met today to discuss the next steps in placing the charter initiative on the ballot including gathering 1,500 valid voter signatures and advertising.

Commissioners’ behavior unacceptable

Commissioners’ behavior unacceptable

Perhaps Main, now completing his third year, might recall that Randy Sanne started appearing at commissioner meetings a full three years ago when Nikki and Kevin were still up there. At that point running for the position of commissioner had not yet entered his head. He just knew that numerous issues needed to be addressed and not enough people were doing it.