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Sistersville City Recorder hands in resignation

Council holds special meeting to address several items before year’s end

December 24, 2013

Sistersville Recorder Julie Schleier has resigned from her position. The letter of resignation was accepted during a special meeting on Dec....

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blogger57

Dec-24-13 12:38 PM

I also suggest that you "brush up" on the Open Government Meetings Act. Anyone who wants to attend a City Council meeting have the right to attend, whether they live in Sistersville, Paden City, or China. What is your real issue with these people - I've never seen any of them speak up or ask to have a say in city government when I've been at the meeting? I applaud the individuals who have exhibited the backbone to take an interest in the "circus" of city government. Perhaps now our city government will restore a conscience, ethical, and sound management style that was enjoyed in the past.

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blogger57

Dec-24-13 12:33 PM

"The people being packed in here is because of all the nonsense on Facebook and telling everybody 'you've got to go to the meetings,'" said Doig. "Half the people (attending meetings) don't even live in Sistersville. I know of a number of people, and anybody who does not live in town doesn't have a right to have a say in anything going on in this town."

The mayor doesn't understand all the nonsense??? The attitude that is apparent in her statement may be a big reason for the "nonsense". Madame Mayor, this town is made up of more than the residents who actually reside within the city limits. Many of these people receive services from the city although they don't live within the city. Many of these people spend large amounts of money at businesses within the city. Many of these people have parents, children, or other loved ones who live within this city. Many of these people lived in this community long before you landed in town.

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