Mayor writes Commission Chairman about ASWA
wrote Mr. Bernard a letter stating that she and the City werenít
notified about the agreement. She went on to say that they wanted
their lawyer to determine if the county could change the agreement.
One City employee has told several people that what the County did
was illegal. (He might want to get his facts straight!) Any
County, City, or other party to the Service Delivery Strategy can
instigate changing the map or agreement anytime they want to. Mr.
Roberts did make that clear when the BOC discussed and voted on the
resolution. If the City and/or Mayor didnít know about it, it was
their own fault. This issue was posted and advertised in the
Monticello News on the BOC agenda. The Mayor might need to
look for things just like the public has to, to find out what is
going on. Based on documentation we have, the Mayor certainly
knew about this issue before it was voted on because of
conversations she had with the County Attorney beforehand.
Of course, maybe the City wanted this to be an issue before the
court hearing, since the City and JCWSA are working
on a mutual
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