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It's fixed again?::: Rick Clayton takes over Buchanan?

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 9:11 pm, 01/25/2018

Jackie the resurrection is coming.....

sassy62

Posted 8:44 pm, 01/25/2018

Paid not to screw up the ACSO. Paid to live elsewhere. The gift that just keeps on giving to those of who pay property taxes.

jack rip her

Posted 8:37 pm, 01/25/2018

Timmy bufurt is not there nor has he been in months.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 8:28 pm, 01/25/2018

Just minor speed bumps that Mr. Buchanan and his staff can overcome.

jack rip her

Posted 7:18 pm, 01/25/2018

Sure they will. The county penny-less from law suits.

deacgal

Posted 6:26 pm, 01/25/2018

I don't think so.....things will be back as they should be. Just wait and see.

sassy62

Posted 5:26 pm, 01/25/2018

It always comes down cost, Clod. Bufurt costs Ashe County with every breath he takes as the official select.

Olejoe

Posted 5:21 pm, 01/25/2018

Training takes money..... and that money comes from the taxpayers. We already had a lot invested in the officers Buchanan and Clayton ran off.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 7:55 am, 01/25/2018

They take the training, and continue training through their chosen career. They will be just fine. All things take time.

Olejoe

Posted 5:36 am, 01/25/2018

Clod, the problem is the rookies way out number the experienced officers. They have no one to mentor them in their chosen career, its not their fault, but it is not a good situation.

sassy62

Posted 9:54 pm, 01/24/2018

Your little neighbor girl must have been called to bed. Your grammar has really failed.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 9:48 pm, 01/24/2018

Let's say 30 years, I guess y'all would have the ones you now worship green horns and inexperienced rookies also that you had no faith in. Face everyone has to start somewhere.....Even I was born great, it has taken years of work .

sassy62

Posted 9:35 pm, 01/24/2018

Thank you, Enlightened One.

Enlightened1

Posted 9:29 pm, 01/24/2018

I prefer informed opinions, not ignorance.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 9:23 pm, 01/24/2018

To each their own opinion...

sassy62

Posted 6:56 pm, 01/24/2018

Prior to Bufurt, our SO as fully staffed with good officers. Now it is staffed with people, who might, in time become good officers. That is a huge difference in experience and certification. I hear we are short handed. No surprise. Who wants to work for worthless a55holes.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 6:17 pm, 01/24/2018

Ole blow, what is your opinion of a good officer, might not be the same as someone else......Different strokes for different folks.

Olejoe

Posted 5:43 pm, 01/24/2018

Newin2018, Buchanan and Clayton both put together are not worth the price of ONE good officer's resignation.....and yes there have been many.

jack rip her

Posted 10:57 am, 01/24/2018

An officer that has been with the department 20 years would be considered a good employee porky. No business has perfect employees. No business has over 30 employees leave in less then a year either.

Newin2018

Posted 10:14 am, 01/24/2018

Not all officers that resign were “good officers”
Don’t throw that blanket termout there as a lie

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