Also this week, a civics lesson and thoughts on Walter Patrick
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 9:08 am
Column as I see ’em …
It’s good to see I’m not alone in yammering for taxing districts to be made more accountable.
The state senate agrees, at least when it comes to libraries.
During the recent session, the senate passed a bill that would give judge-executives and their fiscal courts the power to appoint those they consider best suited to serve as library trustees.
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