Decision on Medina County's Central Processing Facility is on hold
The decision to grant a contract extension to the company that operates the county's Central Processing Facility is on hold, County Commissioner Adam Friedrick said Monday.
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#1 Jun 12, 2012
I would like to thank the various city councils in the county that delayed this raw deal for the tax payers. If Geissman and Friedrick didn't take so much in campaign contributions from Envision, do you think they would be in favor of this? Glad to see the Golden Rule is alive and well in Medina, where if you have the gold and give it to those that rule they will do everything they can to help you rip off the tax payers.
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