Editorial: No lifeline likely in Curr...

Editorial: No lifeline likely in Curry County

There are 1 comment on the Bend Bulletin story from Jun 13, 2013, titled Editorial: No lifeline likely in Curry County. In it, Bend Bulletin reports that:

Curry County commissioners agreed earlier this month to ask voters again for money to finance public safety services in the county, including sheriff, district attorney, jail and juvenile.

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Nurse Bishop

Austin, TX

#1 Sep 3, 2013
Who cares? Who needs more cops and lawyers? People are poor in this county, the cost of living is ridiculously high. Not only that, people here are able to care for their own and their neighbor's public safety. What a tempest in a teapot this is.

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