His letter demonstrates the terrible governance and the outright hypocrisy of some of our supervisors.
I remain outraged over the fact that the citizens of Prince William County were not given a chance to review, discuss or provide input over the very laws and ordinances of our own county. It is infuriating that our supervisors would vote on any amendments to someone’s resolution that they hadn’t talked about as a group or checked for unintended consequences.
My personal favorite of all the national parks-Yellowstone
This is the grandest place in the world and every time I think about the 2 times I have been I just bask in the memories. We took our oldest grandchild right before she got too cool to be caught dead with us and while the beauty of nature still amazed and astounded her.
If you have upper elementary or middle school kids, this is a walk on the wild side they will never forget. Set aside a week to explore. Its hard to say which is best, the geology or the animals.
Far more interesting than the original fight over discretionary funds is the aftermath. There is lots of Monday morning quarterbacking going on and lots of insider conspiracy theory trip trap being cited.
Several things really bother me. The first is that I think that some on the BOCS now see a colleague as being all tumbled in to what was being said on the blogs. I don’t think that Mr. Candland was part of the blog gossip. I hope I am right. I think he learned to avoid that like the plague. Additionally, it seems that Mr. Candland’s reform efforts really weren’t finger pointing but seeking correction where correction was needed. I say that as one who didn’t even like his entire resolution. However, it was a start–a place to begin discussion. Unfortunately, the BOCS felt it was a place to end discussion, so we now have perfectly ridiculous rules that don’t address any of the problems.