Working together to get rid of meth |

Working together to get rid of meth

To every taxpayer: I believe that we the people can stop meth growth. But first we have to enlist the people we pay in civil service to be accountable for not doing their jobs. Several people (no names) will I point at. The guilty know who they are.

Well, they say, it’s not their job or they’re not worth it, when I asked certain someones to arrest my great sick-on-meth son. You see, meth and corruption go hand in hand.

To rid our town of meth, you have to love others and fight for their freedom from addiction. It cannot be answers like, “It’s not my job,” but everyone working together, like a unit or troop of soldiers after a long-time enemy. Constantly baby-sitting and tough-love policy – no excuses.

It can be stopped when the whole town joins in, including pass-the-buck people from the task-force-type sheriffs or the police department’s not-in-the-mood types. So come on, paid civil servants, get it out of our town. I have faith in you, and our children of the future will be safer from that rotten little demon.

Lisa Weaver-Parish

Grass Valley

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