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More agenda changes approved by county

Changes will be reviewed by ethics commission

February 22, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Proposed agenda and meeting procedure changes for the Wood County Commission will now be forwarded to the West Virginia Ethics Commission for review and suggestions....

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Feb-23-13 8:35 AM

Wharton needs to review his ethics, he's a lame prosecutor!

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Feb-22-13 1:06 PM

Geeze with all the rules & exceptions to the rules, I'm surprised anyone can figure out when they need to be there. Good luck calling down there to find anything out. What a joke. Anyone who votes for this Dunn clown again is not very astute. Obviously the guy just wants the pay, the perks and the title. He is no public servant.

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Feb-22-13 9:40 AM

I think the payment of invoices and routine payroll items, including “authorized” overtime, that are contemplated and within the line items of the annual budget (that has previously been adopted by a vote of the Commission) do not have to be voted upon again and, therefore, do not need a specific mention on the Agenda. “Signing” disbursement authorizations of such items is merely an administrative act and not a “new action” that requires a vote. The law must be followed, but there is no need to bog-down routine business. If it is a major expenditure or is otherwise not within the approved budget, then of course it should have its own required placement on the advance Agenda and separate vote.

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Feb-22-13 6:42 AM

Dunn do you make appts. at your dentist office? don,t you think the public should have the same op at the commission meeting or are you better than everyone else.Seems to me you will object to anything that is good for those who put you in office.If you don,t want to do you job that you were elected for then step down

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