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Political dirty deeds

It does not surprise me to see Greg Marks and his cronies attacking Supervisor Sue Horne, CEO Rick Haffey and CDA Agency Director DeCamp.

I have had the pleasure of working with all of these people and can say without prejudice that they hold a level of ethics and integrity not seen in Nevada County for many years.

To slander someone because they have ethics and standards, and to turn their beliefs into something wrong, is ridiculous and unforgivable.

Not everyone practices what they preach when it comes to treating people fairly and morally.

Get rid of Marks and his ilk, do not listen to their twisted rhetoric, and have the intelligence to think for yourself.

Support Supervisor Horne, acknowledge what excellent leaders you have in CEO Haffey and CDA Agency Director DeCamp, and stop and think about how well the county is being run.

Taryn A. Evans

Former Nevada County Code Compliance Program Manager

New Westminster, BC

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