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I wish Commissioner Schroeder would have been a little bit more louder about her views—or reasons why she voted one way or the other—when she was in office during public meetings…After reading this article I think she did some really good things for Franklin County but we never really kne…

I agree with you GoatRoper…Besides January, I wonder when the other half of the 14 low level records were set in Washington.

Mudder it may end up costing us more if they used a Cop (Certificates of Participation) to finance it…well at least Commissioner Griesheimer may have lowered the interest owed on the "donated" statute.

Another failed project brought to you by the former Commissioner Ed Hillhouse and gang. Just like the unfinished county roads he left us paying millions of dollars for, now we’re left paying for that goofy statute of Ben Franklin that looks like something that should be sitting outside a fa…

I want to first say thank you to our firefighters for risking their lives to keep our community safe from fires--as well as providing other numerous services like reporting to the scene of an accident and rescuing kittens out of trees. Having said that though, I noticed the firefighter in t…

I agree, I too am glad their fixing some of these roads around here that need to be fixed…I was wondering though if the city budgeted for K.J. Unnerstall Contractor for flaggers and safety gear for workers…I noticed some of the workers not wearing any hard hats or reflective vests when doing…

I would rather see this money being spent here at home fixing our community and supporting jobs here at home—than money being spent for contract jobs where nothing was built or accomplished overseas…check out: “The Commission on Wartime Contracting”
“The Commission estimates that waste …

Remember ole Mayor Richard Stratman when he argued with the council over the cost of a traffic light--above Blue Jay Street—over the experience of the bidding contractors…that was a different era before Washington became a growing economic presence in the Franklin County area.

Luckily the suspect encountered a deputy and not the highway patrol; otherwise he would have had half a dozen bullets pumped into him before drawing his weapon.