Legislator to hold meeting on 1883 law

Legislator to hold meeting on 1883 law

There are 1 comment on the The Morning News story from Mar 4, 2011, titled Legislator to hold meeting on 1883 law. In it, The Morning News reports that:

State Rep. Bryan King, RGreen Forest, will host a public meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in Eureka Springs to discuss the 128-year-old law that has been causing a variety of problems for officials in Carroll County.

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Tim Parker

Moorpark, CA

#1 Mar 12, 2011
The meeting was a big waste of time. Representative King started off the meeting bragging about all the leadership conferences he has attended only to then say he was going to do whatever the Carroll County Quorum Court told him to do. The end result of this man's actions will be a huge tax millage increase for Carroll County residents to build a new Courthouse in the Eastern District. Bottom line, the Western District loses its courthouse and pays the lion's share of building a new courthouse in the Eastern District. If this is an example of Representative King's style of leadership then who needs it???

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