“There’s not going to be a situation that makes everybody happy regarding this,” he added. “I have to do my job to protect taxpayers, to protect the county and to protect the office holders; making sure that they’re not at risk for a loss of a significant amount of money. And I’m not going to change my policy about that. I wouldn’t be doing my job.”
Without a clear-cut solution, it appears the county’s five justices may have to adapt and make the best of a poor situation.
“I’ve been doing this 30-something years and I’ve seen many changes, but we’ve adjusted,” said Precinct 4 JP Coppy Hodgkins Jr. “It’s always been an inconvenience when we’ve had changes, but we’ve adjusted.”
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