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Your Views: Hall commissioners, chairman get a taste of their own medicine
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After reading everyone's comments regarding by domination of the commissioners' meeting by Craig Lutz, Scott Gibbs and Ashley Bell, I wonder why everyone is upset with them when the meetings and votes had been dominated by Tom Oliver, Billy Powell and Bobby Banks in the past?

Is it because Oliver and Powell are getting a taste of their own medicine? And the fact that Oliver acted like a spoiled child at the meeting?

The one thing that upsets me the most is that no one is concerned about the money that. Oliver misappropriated by hiring Carlyle Cox without anyone's knowledge. Oh, that's right; could it be that the one's fired had knowledge of Oliver's shenanigans?

If the citizens of Hall County are so concerned, then be concerned about Oliver not cooperating with the GBI investigation. Why not start there? And as for the stink that was smelt on the interstate could it be coming from Oliver?

Jane Thayer

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