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County officials look at budget procedures

Officials ask: Checks and balances or micromanaging?

February 23, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Some Wood County officials are questioning whether current county commission procedures for purchases are necessary budget oversight or micromanaging....

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Feb-23-13 9:28 PM

We wouldn't want to deprive Gainer of his Florida time and do what he was elected to do.

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Feb-23-13 2:01 PM

If Mr. Wharton and Mr Six do not want public scrutiny of their budgets by the Commissioners, perhaps they should not be in "public" office?

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Feb-23-13 9:03 AM

Well said "backporch"

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Feb-23-13 8:59 AM

I agree with Mr.Six.Too much micromanaging. If DUNN & GAINER would do the job that they were elected for instead of trying to avoid it they would not be in the paper almost every day.You were elected to do a job now do it instead of complaining all the time.It,s plain to see neither of you want the job.I feel sorry for the people that work for the county 40 hrs. a week that has to listen to you two wine like little children that don,t want to do something.

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Feb-23-13 1:25 AM

Mr. Six apparently does not understand he does not rule the county. Mr. Couch is 100% right to keep an eye on OUR taxpayer money and serve as a watch-dog or checks and balance. Anyone, including Six, who suggest otherwise should be met with suspicion and if an elected person, then voted out of office.

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