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Re: “The devil is in the details on Chatham pipeline

Interesting reporting Mr. Schwartz. Quite a bit of it was true as well, including the storming out of the room like a child in a tantrum by Mr. Barnes. The remainder of the adults in the room sit and await the next outburst by Sally Kost, who seems to have nothing better to do than to consistently interrupt after all discussions have been put forward, AND in the middle of motions being made. Try to make it look like you have some sense of decorum Sally! Stop making all of the residents sitting there roll their eyes when there is a pause in the discussion, thinking ------ "wait for it, wait for it" - and like clockwork, up jumps "Sally in the Box" - right on schedule, with some sort of dubious plot to expose. After all, look at the fact that Mr. Petty's company who has been servicing the county generators under a legal contract is now being brought up as some sort of devious enterprise that needs to be exposed by Sally. Kind of "petty" even for you Sally.

Lastly, as I was being interviewed after the meeting, I watched Mr. Schwartz scribbling feverishly as I spoke, and his iPhone was recording as well. Much to my surprise, not one word of which I was quoted is what I actually said. It is not so much that what he put as my quote(s) is necessarily a lie, but he needs to be very careful and accurate when he quotes a person, and what he put is not what I said.

Posted by shellyslaw on 02/25/2011 at 11:04 AM

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