BOCC approves taxing resolutions

Published: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 09:57 AM.

Bryan asked Butler to step in as county administrator to address Hammond’s “insubordinate” behavior and denied taking any action aimed at getting the county sued.

All the while Hammond and Bryan talked over each other and Commission chair Tan Smiley banged his gavel.

“Mr. Hammond, you are so out of line,” Bryan said. “I am disturbed that he continues to come to meetings and talk this way. That is insubordination.”

Butler said that he understood the BOCC to have previously closed discussion on the jail and the issue of an inspection and, “The less we talk about the jail the better.”

Bryan said it was reasonable to question what the BOCC’s responsibility was and most everything commissioners do is potential for litigation.

“(Mr. Hammond), stop with your insubordination in these county meetings,” Bryan said.

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