“For some reason,”he said,
“it did not make the municipal code website so the 97’ ordinance still shows up on the website,”saying it was probably an oversight on his part.
“So, this ordinance right here does everything that the Emergency Management needs to do to get the job done,”Howard said. Anderson, however, was not satisfied. Although not present at this morning’s workshop, Anderson watched a video of it. In an email to FYN this evening, Anderson asserted the process needed more public input.
“I'm all for protecting and giving top quality emergency services to our citizens,”he wrote,
“but protecting their rights should not be forgotten nor overlooked. Especially after seeing what laws we were living under, provided to us for free, by our very own state government. If there (are) problems with it, let's address them together.”Mr. Anderson and the rest of the public will have a chance to offer input during public hearings starting later this month. A date for the first public hearing has not been established yet. Chairman Jones also said that the proposed ordinance will be posted on the county website for public review prior to the hearings.