Here’s the proof positive about whether or not Supervisor Maureen Caddigan’s purchase of nameplates on seats at the Hylton Performing Arts Center advertising her position on the Board of Supervisors with taxpayer funds was legally and/or morally justified. The nameplates have been removed. Sure seems like a ringing endorsement of her moral judgment, judgment that she was so upset about having questioned by mere taxpayers, doesn’t it?
Now let’s see how she feels about supporting the blatant attempt at political payback being waged against Supervisor Candland, who put an end to this chicanery.
UPDATE: Al Alborn calls on the BOCS to end the petty war or retribution against Supervisor Candland and the people of the Gainesville District, and offers three suggestions on how that should be done. I hope the BOCS is smart enough to take his advice on this one.
UPDATE 2: Virtucon points out that Caddigan is for some strange reason not being asked to reimburse the county for the cost of her taxpayer-funded campaign activities. The establishment circles the wagons…
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