To Supervisor Hub Walsh, the first time you ran for District 2 supervisor you knocked on my door, begging for my vote, and I listened.
The time you knocked on my door again, was to run for a second term, and I listened as you begged to keep your job. I listened as did others.
To Supervisor John Pedrozo, not too long ago you were begging those in your district for their votes. Why? Because you wanted to keep your job, and people listened. Your job pays you more than $100,000 a year when you include free health care and other perks. You also stand a good chance to acquire tenure, and receive a county retirement for life!
To the others, Lynn Davis, Deidre Kelsey, and Jerry O'Banion, I am sure that at one time or another you have knoicked on doors, begging for their vote so you could keep your jobs, and people listened.
During the BOS meeting held recently, workers from RAS literally stood and begged for their jobs knowing that their lives would never be the same. All of Merced County stands to lose, the ripple effect will be devastating to our economy.
To the board: Will you listen?