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Schoharie County supervisors face off at stormy first meeting

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When Fulton Supervisor Phil Skowfoe was seated as chairman of the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors, he said he hoped to get the fractured board to work as a team. But during the board’s first full meeting of the year, a display of drama made it clear that he’s got a long way to go. The meeting started with a tirade from Supervisor Dan Singletary, R-Jefferson, who accused Skowfoe of deliberately switching the seats of ...


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dansingle
January 23, 2013
9:26 a.m.

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Mr. Munger,
When you take on the political bosses you expect to get hammered in kind and then some. In the same week the State took away some of my second amendment rights, Mr. Cherry declared that I have no first amendment right to comment on his actions by using the internet and should not be writing here according to him. Since I broke his rules he won't talk to me - so schoolyard. Yes, I am burdened with vitriol and also dismayed, but I am determined. I am not anonymous these words are written by my hand, Daniel Singletary member of the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors.

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