Breckenridge could use fresh blood |

Breckenridge could use fresh blood

I’d like to commend Mr. Jim Stover on his July 9, 2008 letter, “CMC negotiations parallel pumpback,” published in the Daily Mail. Mr. Stover makes an excellent point by asking, “Who is the chief negotiating strategist for the Town?”

And then states, “It appears to me that the Town could use some fresh blood for that task.” I couldn’t agree more. And there have been many other such self-centered (i.e., the best interest of the community is not a factor) politically controlling incidents besides the CMC negotiations and the Pumpback Project.

Yes, who is the chief negotiating strategist for the Town? I don’t want to mention names, but it is pretty obvious.

I don’t understand how that “chief” keeps the position, but at this point the only way that person can retain any semblance of dignity is to step down and leave Dodge. And I will be glad to hook up the horses to the stage, put the chief on it, and drive it out of Town.

Are there any volunteers for riding shotgun? Keep in mind that job would be very dangerous. The cargo will be under constant attack.

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