'A little bulldog' in service
Both her daughter and a Pickerington business leader who only just met Rosemary Hajost used the same words to describe the Fairfield County philanthropist: "A little bulldog." "And that's a positive," said Helen Mayle, president of the Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce.
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#1 Aug 6, 2011
I'd call her Pit Bull. The people of the county have said NO repeatedly but she and her buddies just won't let go of their jugular veins. She is in love with The State and why would she not be. She has lived off it. School teacher? Of course. She's another of those parasites. David Fey who is in charge of the parks is another of those retired school teachers who live off the rest of us. The people of Fairfield County will need their money for essentials and not for playthings like parks. If this woman and her gang want to fund parks there's nobody stopping them. Leave the rest of us alone.
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