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10/26/2012

CANDIDATES FOR MARTIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE WEIGHED IN WITH SOME OF THEIR THOUGHTS ON COUNTY GOVERNMENT..

CURRENT COMMISSIONER ELLIOTT BELGARD WHAN ASKED ABOUT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TALKED ABOUT AN APPRENTICE PROGRAM STARTED THIS YEAR

CHALLENGER BOB TOLAND SAID BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS WAS IMPORTANT.
BELGARD DEFEATED TOLAND IN A SPECIAL ELECTION FOR THE FIRST DISTRICT SEAT IN FEBRUARY.

CANDIDATE FORUMS TOOK PLACE AT FAIRMONT'S CITY HALL THURSDAY NIGHT. CANDIDATES FOR 5TH DISTRICT MARTIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISCUSS SOME ISSUES.

STEVE FLOHRS COMMENTED ON THE COUNTY JAIL SITUATION AND WHETHER TO GET MOVING ON PLANS TO BUILD A NEW JAIL OR WAIT UNTIL THEY ACTUALLY HAVE TO ACT. HE SAID TO KEEP TRANSPORTING PRISONERS TO OTHER AREA JAILS UNTIL ORDERED TO DO OTHERWISE.

CANDIDATE KIETH HARTMANN TALKED ABOUT LACK OF FUNDING FOR COUNTY ROAD IMPROVMENTS. AND THAT THE COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT WAS DOING A VERY GOOD AND EFICIENT JOB.

FLOHRS AND HARTMANN ARE SEEKING THE SEAT CURRENTLY HELD BY JACK POTTER WHO ANNOUNCED HE WAS NOT RUNNING THIS YEAR.



ROD HALVORSEN
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