Scott, Good Job on reports concerning our local ELECTED officials. All of them.
Concerning Mr. Berger, I agree with bergerfrickle.
Investigate the AISI position. I am from the Steel City and I know Steel and steel workers of America and wonder out loud about this individual having a paid position at AISI.
If it is found that Berger is lying about any one of these positions, he NEEDS to resign his seat immediately, which is sad, because I was happy that we had 4 Republicans in there.
Now, my friends, I'd rather have a Weiner in there INSTEAD of a Berger!
I do not buy that anyone is "out to get this guy", it is just that he is serving as a major distraction to the serious business on the agenda at the County and various Boards and there is no work getting done due to his inability to show up on time and conduct himself as a gentleman republican.
Recently, he did not drive to Raleigh together with the other Commissioner and arrive on time, because he didn't FEEL that the day was IMPORTANT...
County Commissioners FROM the entire STATE were invited to the General Assembly, to facilitate a day with other County Commissioners around the State of N.C. and members of the STATE HOUSE AND SENATE! BERGER did not think it was important, so he arrived late after it was reported by WWAY that he was sitting this COMMITTMENT out, one in which he signed up for, no less.
There certainly seems to be mounting evidence of instability, which makes it difficult to believe that he worked and received pay from AISI. I don't care what liberal lawyer he retains, this "big gun" lawyer can't SPIN this guy to look remotely normal.
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