WEB EXTRA: Hiring of Cumberland CAO ‘seems fishy’

Dear editor,

Has our council ever hired anyone on their own before and, if so, why would it do that right before election?

Dear editor,

Has our council ever hired anyone on their own before and, if so, why would it do that right before election?

Seems fishy to me.

If the people of Cumberland want a great community to live in, they may want to consider voting for people that know how to work in the solution and be careful not to support those that want to shove their personal agendas down everyone’s throat.

P.S. Thank you to Fred Bates and Bronco Moncrief for your unrelenting dedication to this community — and know that there are many of us that will never forget what you have done for Cumberland.

Janey Armstrong,

Cumberland

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