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So let me get this straight: Mr. South Hall Commissioner " doesn't believe there's a large enough population in the northwestern part of the county to warrant the park (Cool Springs)," The Times reported Jan. 19.

OK then, if that is true, how then do you justify putting the library in Clermont, which does not have as large a population base as Nopone Road? I would say your logic seems a bit skewed, Mr. Lutz. Say, maybe Robert's Rules of order can help you on this one.

Nothing you have done during your four-week reign of terror has been ethical or transparent. Not to mention your antics prior to to being sworn in. Your unethical, illegally hired ... oh, wait ... "engaged" Atlanta law firm made that perfectly clear to everyone at your "emergency" meeting.

It is so obvious that once the votes were counted in November , you and your co-conspirators, Ashley Bell and Scott Gibbs, went to work. You say you have a mandate. A mandate of six maybe. You don't have a mandate; what you do have is a elevated opinion of yourself. Your arrogance knows no boundaries. You are condescending and belittling.

You had no justification for dismissing reputable county administrators: "the issue was not job performance (The Times Jan. 6)." Then what was it?

Seriously, look in the mirror. Get a grip or get out.

Kevin Kanieski