HARD FEELINGS REMAIN BETWEEN THE WOODBURY COUNTY SHERIFF AND COUNTY SUPERVISORS AFTER THE BOARD REJECTED THE SHERIFF’S PLAN FOR COURTHOUSE SECURITY IN FAVOR OF ONE BY JACKIE SMITH THAT WAS FIRST MADE PUBLIC LAST TUESDAY.
SHERIFF DREW TOLD THE BOARD AS HE LEFT TUESDAY’S MEETING THAT THEY HAD MADE THE COURTHOUSE SECURITY ISSUE PERSONAL:
OC…LIVE WITH THAT. ;18
AFTER THE MEETING, DREW WENT INTO DETAIL AS TO WHY HE FEELS SOME BOARD MEMBERS ARE AGAINST HIM:
OC…..KNOW THE NUMBERS. ;27
SUPERVISOR LARRY CLAUSEN SAYS IT’S NOT PERSONAL, BUT RATHER ABOUT SAVING TAXPAYERS MONEY:
OC…IS NECESSARY. :16
DREW SAYS THE FACT THAT THE BOARD VOTED HIS PLAN DOWN, DESPITE THE ENDORSEMENT OF OTHER COUNTY DEPARTMENT HEADS, PROVES IT’S PERSONAL:
OC….HAS TO BE PERSONAL. :22
SHERIFF DREW WILL APPEAR ON KSCJ’S OPEN LINE WITH CHARLIE STONE WEDNESDAY MORNING.
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