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there it is, right from the horses mouth...

they are skirting the law with a feeble excuse about not wanting their private use of public property shared with the public. Obviously they could make the same claim about their emails and land line phone use. Virtually corporate policies these days dictate that all use of corporate property is not privy to privacy usage. If the county has a different policy, they are the only ones. What? "They're starving? Let them eat cake" said commisioner Barfield...

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