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April 17, 2013 07:49:53 long time resident.   Thinking no problem with the laws just the enforcement of these laws we the people are not getting what we pay for when it comes to code enforcement. Maybe if we had a Masonville resident they would take more pride in the town instead of trying to get more money out of the town.
April 16, 2013 20:13:34 fracking   regarding 4/14 post about fracking.. I think the movie gasland has scared alot if people, including myself. But after watching FRACKNATION I see what the purpose of the gasland was... to make Josh Fox make money. Nothing more. If he believed in his movie he would have been willing to speak to Phelim McAleer, the producer of FRACKNATION, when he confronted him numerous times. I think drilling for natural gas has to be something NYS should consider, but to not take it lightly.
April 16, 2013 20:05:50 thinking   seems to be we need to see a lot more people at the town meetings. there seems to be many unhappy residents about some of the town laws, so go to the meetings and speak up.
April 16, 2013 18:33:34 resident of masonville   I drove up Steam Mill Road today to look for the so called junk yard all I saw was garbage. Looked like a dump. Please help me understand why they are grandfathered in yet I cannot have more than 1 unlisened car on my property yet they have many and do not have to have a tax# that makes it a business that can be grand farthered in. Also where is the code enforcement office to regulate this. What are we paying for. Are all taxpyers reguired to follow the law are only the one he chooses. Are we all not equal under the town law are does it depend on how long you owned the property and how long your family lived here. Justice needs to be the same for all. these laws were voted in by long time residents but are only enforced against the few not all. That so called non business junk yard is a envirolment disaster that can bring poison to all residents. I hope that we can come to a educated and a binding resolve to this issue. By law of the town this is not acceptable.
April 16, 2013 14:34:09 Maria   My sympathy and prayers to everyone impacted by the bombings in Boston!
April 16, 2013 12:58:35 masonville resident   don't judge all by one persons actions. There are others in town that would probably do the job.
April 16, 2013 10:46:30 Observer   I hired a person to clean up around my place and haul some stuff to the landfill. He done half the job and I never seen him again. Left the place in worse shape than when he began. So much for local help.
April 16, 2013 08:21:22 just looking   spring is clean up time, everyone gets in on the action, even those who hoard garbage by their homes. Saw many out raking their lawns in the past few days, and the junk and stuff may be piled in sight, but they are at least doing what they think looks better. Let us all sit back and see what happens, they all may surprise you.
April 16, 2013 01:08:01 bertimouse   I Respectfully submit here that I suggest to say that Our Taxes would be Better Served and Spent by Improving Our Town Roads with someone Elected(?)who has maybe some more experience than our Current Town Hwy Super. Hes done a Good Job yall. Elect & Nominate who you will for this Position. NOT ME. NEVER! :)
April 15, 2013 22:52:15 what?   Maybe the code enforcement officer respects the citizens of Masonville who pay the taxes on their homes. Maybe unlike our current temporary President and temporary Governor, he respects the Constitution and Bill Of Rights in this great nation.
April 15, 2013 22:46:37 what?   Don't you feel better knowing your place looks 'nicer' than your neighbor"? Doesn't it give you a 'good' feeling? Can you imagine how you would feel if everybody's homes was just as 'neat'? Y'all would still be complaining, "his grass isn't even" "his garbage cans are not lined up properly", "their flowers are the wrong color for this month". Lets quit crying about our neighbors and start caring more about our own lives. Stop sweating the petty things.
April 15, 2013 22:07:43 old timer   pure and simple the code enforcement officer is afraid to do his job. unless he starts to work to make thing in compliance things will only get worse
April 15, 2013 21:15:46 Observer   Of course as the old saying goes, "One man's junk is another man's treasure."
April 15, 2013 19:12:47 Old Fa rt   I remember,1 or 2 years ago a notice was send to property owners,stating that front yards,back yards and all around the property had to been clean from junk,old cars must be registered or fines would be issued for each violations. My question is,what happened? no one is enforcing that,see lots of junk around,specially on RT 8
April 15, 2013 17:51:59 anyone agree   maybe all should look behind the ,clean, homes in out town and see how high the junk and garbage are piled. Some go to the landfill every few months and the rest of us live with the mess they make. Matters not whether it is in plain sight or hidden, or whether you are liked or not , garbage is garbage.
April 15, 2013 12:11:08 clothspin on nose and eyes closed.   What? that is not a junk yard on steam mill road that is a a dump drive by old furniture piled as high as the house garbage burend in the yard when it is against the law rats running rampet. Our code enforcement officer afraid to do his job( family Friend) he must enforce all of the code laws not just pick and choose. drove by looking for the junk yard permit with tax ID # none available so how does it become a junk yard or a business. I say lets move the garbage down town where evryone can see it and vote on wether it is concidered junk or garbage or just lazyness. I agree that we cannot and should not tell people how to live and keep thier property but I ask all of masonville to drive up the steam mill road and let me know if you would like this by your property. Have friends over for a barbacue and sit around and enjoy the smell the rats the beatuiful country air and the pig stye you call a junk yard bring friends it wont diappoint. And the board dont have the balls to confront the property owner maybe we need the dept. of health.
April 15, 2013 09:59:37 ???? looking froward for the Ice cream lady.   Any boby knows when the little old lady at the Ice cream shop off rt 8 and shears rd will open ???
April 15, 2013 08:39:24 watching   I think we have a good group of board members that truly care for the land. Maybe it is because there are two who are farmers and the other two have always lived here and know how important land quality is.
April 15, 2013 07:43:41 resident   confused it's management like nberti said needs to change.
April 14, 2013 22:45:52 what?   I don't know, I posted "with the exception of maybe one", I'm not going to say ALL of them believe in our country pursuing its resources if I don't know for sure, it could be the one I'm thinking is all for American jobs and energy, could be another one like myself and doesn't want it on their own land, but not against it, but I don't know so I can't say. That's all I meant by my post.
April 14, 2013 21:23:39 wondering   which board member says no?
April 14, 2013 20:50:46 what?   Yeah, the water in NY is pristine, they recommend no children or women of child bearing age eat any fish in NY, and there are limits on what everybody else should eat, check it out on the NYDEC website.
April 14, 2013 20:47:37 what?   It's a third generation junk yard on Steam Mill, I think it's been there for as long as cars have been in Masonville. I believe the town board, with the exception of maybe one, is all for Masonville tapping into its natural resources.
April 14, 2013 20:18:24 cunfused   to berti----whats the hwy. dept. problem??????
April 14, 2013 19:57:32 xxxx   What dump on steam mill?
April 14, 2013 18:12:32 For gas   To all. If you say that the town can't make me keep my property and home nice and well kept ,then why should they tell me I can't put a gas well on my property. The dump on steam mill leaks more oil,gas, antifreeze into the ground . That's ok
April 14, 2013 18:05:33 Observer   If our water supply is not contaminated by pollutants, Why is it we are told to limit the number of fish we eat that have been taken from NY waters? Why is it one can walk across the Hudson on the pollutants? So much for pristine waters.
April 14, 2013 01:27:00 what?   @ Berti, I used to be a NIMBY, but after further research, beyond all the hype, I came to the conclusion that we needn't be hypocrites, and NY could use the jobs and money.I don't want a drill rig in my back yard, but you are still exaggerating. You shouldn't tell landowners what they can and cannot do with the land that they have been paying taxes on for years. You shouldn't tell NY 'no new jobs'. Unless you are willing to WALK, or ride a horse wherever you plan to go, heat your home,water with wood (ya better be cutting it with a hand saw)or solar, don't use any electric unless it comes from solar or wind, and don't have anything plastic or manufactured items in you home, and that includes solar or wind power, no plastic or manufactured parts on them.
April 14, 2013 00:13:17 bertimouse   Gas Fracking needs to be BANNED in NYS. Millions depend on pristine water from our state which comes from sources un-touched nor disturbed from underground chemicals. Thousands fish our Rivers for Food&Sport. New York is a Strong State.My Dream:NO GAS FRACKING IN NYS!Wouldnt it be Wonderful if NY Just Said NO to Big Drilling for once,eh? We Have The People,Power&Presence to SAY NO!NOT IN NEW YORK STATE! :) Nuff Said.
April 13, 2013 23:49:44 bertimouse   Bottom Line? The TOM HWY Dept Requires Better Management NOW!
April 13, 2013 23:45:33 ol resident   i heard a there were actually some Masonville firsters seen at some meetings since the elections,so maybe some of you are mistaken
April 13, 2013 11:23:32 also thinking   think about it, glad to someone else can see that there are some people that ran for office in our town that really were not interested in Masonville, just in stirring things up about gas drilling and not in the overall picture.
April 13, 2013 08:39:03 what?   Republican Sen. Ted Cruz: "In 2010, over 15,000 felons and fugitives tried to illegally purchase guns and were turned down. Out of those 15,000, the Obama Justice Department prosecuted just 44.I'm introducing legislation to create a task force in the Department of Justice. We need to prosecute violent felons and fugitives. We need to go after them to protect ourselves from violent crime, and we shouldn't be stripping away the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms of lawful, peaceful citizens."
April 13, 2013 08:34:09 what?   Observer, you right, sad state, country were in. You will lose your guns if you go to grief counseling when a family member dies. People with serious problems will not seek help. Maybe this is what the Democrats want, gun laws restricting the rights of law abiding Americans, gun crime continues, and then they can push for full confiscation. Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein, working on Obama's gun ban bill, also worked on Clinton's 'assault' weapons ban (cosmetic bill) said "If I could have banned them all - 'Mr. and Mrs. America turn in your guns' - I would have!"
April 13, 2013 08:24:10 think about it   Good idea, hire part time help that have no idea how to do road work,( and yes the men need to have knowledge and ambition,) and people who have no CDL nor do they know how to run heavy equipment!!!!!!!!!!!! One good idea I have read on this message board is that people start to attend meetings and see how things are really done with out a lot of money. In case you have not noticed the ones who ran for office and were totally dedicated to our town\'s well being have not shown up for a meeting since they lost the election!! Does that show you how much they care or how much they just want to stir things up and then sit back and laugh. What kind of leaders do you think they would really be? I feel it is our tried and true residents that make good employers, employees and leaders!!!
April 13, 2013 08:01:46 cunfused   The Supt. of highways can spend the money fast on paving but the trick is to keep enough for the rest of the summer so not to lay off the crew. Lets ask at the next meeting if anyone wants to volunteer to be laid off and give them a bonus check to do so,saves money in the long run.Winter lay off would work if school could shut down then. Lots of ideas from all but nobody will share them at a town board meeting to see if at least one idea will fly.
April 13, 2013 06:15:51 resident   confused thats all I hear to then we need to cut the workforce to save money I think we should have a part time town crew this way we do not have to pay benfits and we can call anybody from the town to work as needed . So if we run out of money we do not have this massive pay roll. And if they want benifits they can go to social services as that is where all our tax dollars go.
April 12, 2013 11:14:16 Observer   Outlawing guns will get them off the streets. Look how well it worked with Weed, Meth, Heroin, Cocaine, etc.
April 12, 2013 10:53:15 Observer   PS - Don't forget the 2nd Amendment Rally to be held in Delhi tomorrow April 13.
April 12, 2013 10:37:15 Observer   Been reading about the fellow in Erie County who was forced to surrender his guns and pistol permit, under the NYS SAFE act, because he was taking anti-anxiety medication. In spite of the so called rules of HIPA someone got into his medical records and used them to disarm him. The NYS SAFE act allows almost anyone connected to you medical records to turn them over to the state if they believe you "might be a risk to self or others." So much for our constitutional rights. If the government is going to start removing a persons right to own firearms because they are taking anti-anxiety meds then half the country will automatically be disarmed. Anti-anxiety meds are very common and does not indicate that the person taking them is a danger to himself or others in any fashion. I ask when is this NONSENSE going to stop? How much longer are the citizens of this country going to tolerate the erosion of their constitutional and God-given rights before they rebel? It is not just guns. It is bleeding over into all phases of our lives. Even a illegal alien has more rights than the US Citizen. Too long to go into; but look up the law that was just passed in Colorado which essentially hands the power of local law enforcement over to the Federal Government. I was told by one of the long standing gun dealers in the area that many of the gun and ammunition makers and distributers do not want to ship into this state because they are not sure of the liability connected with doing so.
April 12, 2013 08:45:41 think about it   all that has been done to run our town has been done by experienced and knowledgeable people who have been long time residents and know how this town needs to be run. It is very important to remember that we need people in charge of things that know our history and know what works and what does not. Our supervisor needs the time and willingness to attend a lot of meetings and do a lot of research for us.
April 10, 2013 18:05:17 long time resident   the sweeper they purchased is to find the bad spots in the roads. the question is if they find some what are they going to do ? our roads are a mess and have been for years. who do think will do better? name please.
April 10, 2013 16:52:21 cunfused   In previous post I have read it seems all the moneys for road repair have been spent,it just won't go as far as it did in the past at cheaper prices. As far as military junk how often can the town MAKE money to keep our taxes down. Get a copy of the budget,they can't even but a new pick-up truck if needed. I think the last military truck bought was fot a couple hundred bucks with a couple hundred in repairs saving us(the tax payers)thousands. Seems like WHO! loves high taxes,
April 10, 2013 15:45:03 WHO!   Think about it not faulting the workers they are only as good as thier leader the work force is top notch their leader is draging them down. Can't wait till the election.
April 10, 2013 12:07:06 think about it   who-----maybe you should really know what goes on before you find fault with our workers!!!!
April 10, 2013 11:26:11 what?   Old Fa rt, just wondering if you are talking about the house belonging to the 'unofficial mayor' of Masonville? The house owned by one of the most beloved, longtime residents, community volunteer, helper, for almost a century? I believe she has paid taxes on her home for over 60 years, and been a resident for 85ish years. There is no garbage there, just junk, how dare you criticize how someone lives in our free country who has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes in her lifetime!
April 10, 2013 06:04:50 Who!   confused The nhighway crew is not using the equipment we already own just drive around.We do not need him buying equipment we need him fixing roads we all ready bought equipment that we do not use look behind the town shed. We need our roads repaired and he is not doing it. Can't wait till election time.
April 09, 2013 19:44:56 cunfused   so its a bad thing to get federal items dirt cheap,use it for a while,then sell it to save tax dollars.its a no brainer except for the ones with no brain who want higher taxes. hope to cee more green stuff soon.
April 09, 2013 17:03:00 Old Fa rt   Those buildings i mentioned before are just a fire to happen,especially the one on the right hand side going towards town,is so close to the road that a cigarrete *CENSORED* may start a fire,that place is full of junk,garbage,but noone cares
April 09, 2013 14:31:39 MV Active Sportsman.   I just went fishing on the little pond on shears rd pass the 4 corners , my line caught a old tree stand. the little pond is kid of dirty. and scummy. DEC or DEP shall clean up that little pond in the middle of no where.
April 09, 2013 14:19:29 What!   I bet in NYC and NJ the highway supertendent does not flip milatary trucks they fix roads. Can't wait till the election.
April 09, 2013 12:33:20 masonville resident   Masonville is the most wonderful place to live and always has been. Maybe we do need a little supervision on keeping things cleaned up, but there is nothing wrong with that.
April 09, 2013 10:23:09 redneck   Yeah, if you want rats, go to NYC,NJ!!
April 09, 2013 10:10:39 WHO!   At least our roads will swept.
April 09, 2013 09:41:24 What you expect from MV ??   What do you expect from a red neck town in up state NY. ?? This is not NYC or Jersey..
April 09, 2013 08:05:48 okay   What--you may be right , but when it comes to garbage that calls rats and they travel to others homes they need a little encouragement to clean up.
April 09, 2013 07:40:27 what?   Their choice, it's their property they pay taxes on. Laws forcing people to comply with certain peoples ideas on how we should all live will lead us to mandatory snow plowing, lawn mowing, watering and fertilizing, heck they might even require us to all have garden gnomes or be fined! Live your life happy, don't worry about the neighbors, if you want perfection move to a suburb somewhere. We don't live in a commune, we live in a free country still.
April 08, 2013 20:45:26 me   code enforcement officer, Joe Reynolds , Walton phone, give him a call and he will respond within a very few days.
April 08, 2013 19:39:20 resident   that is the job of the codes enforcer,property maint. health officer also if we have one
April 08, 2013 19:34:57 Old Fa rt   Why not instead of wasting time sweeping the side of roads,put the DOT to knock down all those abandoned,junk,coming down buildings on RT 8 before Town,thats an eye sore.
April 08, 2013 19:13:56 long time resident   stop making stupid remarks and once again realize that the people running our town know what they are doing and it will be beneficial . Also attend meetings and ask questions
April 08, 2013 17:18:32 resident   Observer will it help fix the pot holes or just sweet the road into the drainge ditches?
April 08, 2013 17:00:10 INFORMATION NEEDED PLEASE !   Any one knows when the nice ole\' lady at the Ice cream shop on shears rd. will open ??? cant wait until she opens !
April 08, 2013 16:34:23 Observer   Don't know what the vehicle might be but if it is like past vehicles they have had there the town will end up making money on it.
April 08, 2013 15:25:37 resident   has anyone you seen the large military vehicle at the town highway garage? what did we buy now ?
April 08, 2013 12:09:14 Amy Jump White   Benefit for Bert Jump Family As many of you know my family lost the family barn to a fire and Brad was burned due to running into barn to save animals. The benefit is being held to cover medical expenses and to rebuild a smaller barn. Event is APRIL 28th @ 2pm At BABCOCKS on Rt 7 in Wells Bridge Baked Ziti, Chinese Auction and Bake Sale Jason Wicks Band will be reforming $8 for adults, children 5 and under are free. For more info you can contact Kellie Engel
April 07, 2013 21:05:54 resident   there has to be a reason,just ask.
April 07, 2013 19:42:46 what?   I think the only reason the County would mow dead grass in the middle of the winter is because they were bored.
April 07, 2013 19:11:33 concerned   stop and think/ Me so you don't think it was preventive maintentence?
April 07, 2013 13:15:37 me   stop and think, could not agree with you more, if someone is complaining they know nothing about the work that is getting done. There are many roads in town and lots of room for the crew to be working that may not be seen by all. So stop complaining and find out the way things really are.
April 07, 2013 12:08:19 stop and think   It would be nice if we could read on this board that someone appreciates all that the town board and the other elected people are doing for us!!!! It takes a lot of knowledge and work to run a town not just hiding behind a screen name and complaining.
April 07, 2013 06:56:52 concerned   half wit that is called preventive maintenance you did not reconize it because you will not see it in Masonville. Its to prevnt brush fire and hopefully will save a responders life. Can't wait to see who will be running for the position in November.
April 05, 2013 18:28:21 spring lover   spring must be here, saw a flock of robins wednesday morning!!!!!!!!!!!
April 04, 2013 14:44:48 masonville taxpayer   Meeting was very nice , passed the right to farm law which is very important to our area. Many things are being worked on by our supervisor , both at town level and county level. It is amazing how much time he spends trying to do the best for our town. Hope everyone appreciates his work and votes for him next fall.
April 04, 2013 09:08:31 resident   how did the town board meeting go ? did we get anything accomplished?
April 04, 2013 07:28:17 half-wit   Yeah, I saw the county mowing the sides of the roads a couple weeks ago! I wonder how many taxpayer dollars went out the tail pipe of that tractor and truck, cutting a little dead grass all day?
April 04, 2013 06:39:39 WHO!   half- wit I saw a lot of idiots yesterday repairing pothole, sweeping roads, removinng debri from the roads. This was at the county and state levels. now its going to be in the 50 to 60 degree range starting today will proberly see more idiots repairing potholes. I will let them know that they are idiots and should follow the lead of masonville and not do any road work until summer!
April 03, 2013 10:43:37 concerned   Half-wit if you remember they do not want to do that anymore either. Refer to the meeting minutes and Mr. Iska asking them to mow the around the tomb stones!It's becoming a reacurring theme of not to do something.
April 03, 2013 10:17:01 half-wit   Maybe we can get them doing something, maybe we can get them to mow the lawns this weekend?
April 03, 2013 09:26:15 concerned   Halfwit so I guess that the answer is no. Nothing is going on? like the name.
April 03, 2013 07:45:21 half-wit   Isn't half of the roads in Masonville owned by the State and County? Could it be that the ANGER coming from some of these posters is directed to the wrong people. Anyone see the State working on 206? It is getting rough! Nobody works on roads in the winter, and anyone who thinks they should is a idiot!
April 03, 2013 05:36:54 concerned   Has anyone seen the highway crew fixing anything, roads, ditches, potholes anything at all my car is taking a beating and I never see any improvements any where.
April 03, 2013 05:36:13 concerned   Has anyone seen the highway crew fixing anything, roads, ditches, potholes anything at all my car is taking a beating and I never see any improvements any where.
April 01, 2013 22:27:47 bertimouse   observer:Gods Holy Word is not just a list of suggestions or ideas to live by???The Living Word of God is for Now,not 2000+yrs ago.We have our Christian Faith.There r billions on this planet with their own. Best thing to do is to love & emulate what Jesus taught. Peace.Love.Forgiveness.Hope you had a Wonderful Easter. Nuff said Neighbor.
April 01, 2013 16:45:55 Observer   Les - A very nice picture your daughter was able to capture of a beautiful male Eagle. They certainly are a majestic bird. But, they are somewhat a paradox as well. They being our National Bird but at the same time being basically a carrion eater. Maybe we should send a flock of them to Congress? They would be well fed there.
April 01, 2013 14:00:20 Yes   maybe the warmer weather will bring some new faces to the board meeting Wed at 7:30 please come with some helpful comments and questions.
April 01, 2013 13:34:05 resident   Me we do not need to worry about what people think they already know what goes on. But we do need the cleanup days it is vital to the bettor of the community as a whole. If you read the work that is going to be done and when there should be a time that will not impeede the progress of the road work.It just needs to be coordinated between the board and directed to the Highway Supertendent to do the work of the taxpayers.
April 01, 2013 12:47:53 Observer   I agree the town needs to go back to clean up days but it is expensive and people do abuse it thus it ends up costing the taxpayers more money. My suggestion would be that a small fee be charged to haul to the collection site at the Town Garage area and that income be used to hire someone to watch over it when the town crew is not available. I just hired someone to haul some items for me and the only one I could find willing to do it lives in Endicott; he is reasonable but there is still the expense as he has to haul all the way to the Delaware Landfill. No place local as a receiving area for the Landfill. A local receiving point would encourage people to clean up and a lot less of it would be dumped along the roads and highways.
April 01, 2013 12:31:50 Observer   No - Bertimouse your attempted quote of the Gospel of John chapter 8 verse 7 is just the opposite of what the Lord said. That is why I said it is possible to lead another astray through misquoting Scripture; be it intentional or not. God's Holy Word is not just a list of suggestions or ideas to live by, but the living Word of God. It should not be used irreverently, misquoted or used flippantly.
April 01, 2013 12:21:15 me   Good idea ! Then all will complaint the crew is not working on the roads and they become the bad guys again!
April 01, 2013 04:25:29 thinking out loud   Yes this town needs clean up days just drive around. The highway supertendent does not want to do it, it cost to much money and it is to much work for them. The crew only works 4 days a week and it would cost overtime for them to come in to work on FRi. And Sat. So Lets have it on a Mon. and Tues. then we would keep down the cost of labor and Masonville will be a bettor community for it?
March 31, 2013 22:47:34 Les   Check out my oldest daughter's bald eagle pic on, click on YouNews, Bald Eagle East Masonville Ny, it was eating a dead opossum right next to our house!
March 31, 2013 21:11:21 bertimouse   To observer:so your point is that you can quote the Bible better than I,Great!Wasnt my post and meaning the same as yours?You mentioned that I might lead someone astray.Really?What part of my previous post-Christians Everywhere need to be Thankful and Forgiving,Everywhere,like Jesus did.-offended you? I only meant&spoke for the Good Of All Here and you of all folks should know that by now Neighbor. Peace.
March 31, 2013 21:08:13 bertimouse   Happy Easter Everyone!Yes a TOM Town Cleanup should be held again every spring. To thinking & really thinking:Tough to decide because you both have good points:on the one hand we like who is there but one the other hand,if someone else better would step up to the plate,whos got a better plan then so be it.Let the campaign begin as they say.This is America.Free and Brave,All of us still,no matter what, eh? :)
March 31, 2013 20:14:50 old timer   there better be. the town needs one on a regular basis
March 31, 2013 18:57:32 masonville resident   has not been decided if there will be clean up days or not
March 31, 2013 18:41:45 long time resident   does anyone know when the cleanup days are going to be in masonvile.
March 31, 2013 08:53:58 resident   Happy Easter to everyone in Masonville
March 30, 2013 18:28:47 TX-1   Hi!! when is the ice cream on rt8 opening?
March 30, 2013 16:30:27 Really thinking   Thinking we need to have every position contested this year . It would make for a health community if we had more people running to make sure we have checks and balances in our community no matter how rural it is. Everyone needs to encourag their neighbors friends to run for office.this should be exciting election as the chatter around town is there will be people running for office hopefully at all positions. And nothing runs as smooth as you say and change will be good for our town. I will vote for whom ever will make the tough decision and will not go over the 2 percent cap and will make the cuts to not raise our taxes and change will be needed at this election to ensure this.
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