Firstly, no member of the delegation of either party, not just Republicans , has advocated selling the County's land assets.
Secondly, and this is the most disingenuous and highlights how some members of the Republican members of the delegation just can't figure out how to work for the people of Carroll County, is the alleged $400,000 in losses paid over the past 6 years. I checked this morning with the County Administrator and he was not asked by any delegation members for any information. None. Once again they have proven that they are unwilling to work with the County and get the facts correct, but continue to try to run for cover in an election year.
Why in the world do they not want to work together to solve this once and for all so we can plan for the future and move on? Perhaps bullet number 3 has the answer: call your Republican representatives for information. For sure an election year. It doesn't matter to them to get this right. It only matters to cover their respective butts and blame everyone else for spreading misinformation.
Nice try Chair Umberger. Keep trying to defend the short sighted actions of your majority to defund the farm with a new " study" many months after you made the decision. Tell that to the 20 plus year employee who lost his job because of it.
As a candidate for a seat on that same delegation, I will vow to work with the county and commissioners and across the aisle, because my job as a legislator is to do what is necessary for the citizens of our district, first and foremost, not partisan politics.