The reality was I believe he was being honest and truthful in trying to look into issues with headstart and what not. Apparently nobodyelse in the County Commission gives a rats rear about the issues that have plagued NHC Head Start for awhile. Was Heather Blaylock at the meeting NO she wasnt so the issue of the restraining order being in violation seems questionable. To be honest I think the solution should have been to have Berger escorted by a NHCSO deputy (which Im not so sure he wasnt in this case as it appears at least one deputy talked to Berger while he was there and acknowledged he was at her place of employment but yet the officer did nothing to have Berger removed in violation of the protection order at the time hence this being brought up after the fact is dubious at best). Has Berger made mistakes sure he has and plenty of them but in this case I think it was a miscarriage of justice when he was within the boundries of his duties as a county commissioner to look in on how county tax payers money is spent.
It doesn't matter if she was at the meeting or not. It was held at her place of employment and that place was on the "no go" list of places for him.