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Commissioner discusses economic development, Buckel controversy on WCBC

May 17th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

Allegany County Commissioners President Jake Shade joined WCBC’s “Dave Norman Show” Friday to discuss economic development, local politics and the recent controversy involving the commissioners and Delegate Jason Buckel.


4 comments on this post.
  1. mac:

    Strategic Plan due next month. Translation; the check is in the mail.

  2. Ed Dodrill:

    Cumberland has no business collecting taxes and trying to operate a city government. We have under 20,000 people now and dropping. The county needs to run Cumberland. This is long past due. It might seem like a shock, but it is just common sense.

  3. mac:

    > As Commissioner Shade mentioned on WCBC it’s a matter of dollars and cents. If this proposal is put to voters in the form of a referendum, county residents will need to know just how much extra it is going to cost them taking on the burden of an old, run-down city. This is one area in which I believe that an outside auditor would be needed. Yes, another consultant, but I’m sorry, I want to see the numbers from someone outside of local government.

  4. mark:

    Why on earth would the County want to adopt a worthless GHETTO?

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