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Wilder Is New Voter Registrar

Gary Wilder finally landed that county job he had been trying to get for several weeks. Last week, the county commissioners unanimously voted to hire Wilder as voter registrar. He replaces Laura Watts, who resigned and is now a candidate for county commissioner.

The move to get Wilder on the payroll began a few months back when Linda Hollenbeck retired. Commissioner Roberta Kelly made a couple of motions to hire Wilder but could not get her colleagues on the Board of Commissioners to second them.

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Clarification, Debate At MASD
By Melinda Darrow

More than 43 people, including school employees and reporters, attended the March 12 Montrose School Board Meeting. This was an apt indicator of the importance of the meeting, which was fraught with discussion and debate about taxes, schedules, food, and freedom of speech.

It had been publicized that this meeting would see the school board voting on the Act 1 tax-shift referendum question, which likely accounted for some of the attendance. There was much discussion, once the floor was opened to the public, as to what this tax would and would not entail. Mr. Ognosky and the board answered what questions they could, some issues still not being fully decided or explained even at the state level.

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