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Berger says the County Commissioners cannot legally remove him from a board to which they appointed him. I am of the opinion that if he was appointed to the boards he serves on then the same source that appointed him can remove him, however, if he was elected by a majority of the County Commissioners to serve on a board then it should also take that same majority to remove him. I think Mr. Berger has a bigger prroblem. He has often publically spoken of or made accusations of corruption in local government without offering any support for them. He claims confidentually prevents him from further addressing the issue. If that does indeed prevent him from further addressing corruption, then he could find himself in a legal pickle with other County Commissioners.

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