This is a bit different. . . it’s a plea. . . . but this has gotten wayyyyyyy beyond the point of reasonable.
You are continuing to undermine your relevancy on the New Hanover County Commission. You’ve been there two years, I know, hard to believe. You’ve moved on from the personal debacles that plagued you, kudos. The taxpayers have a simple request since you are a elected official. It’s an obligation you signed up for, show up! It’s not complicated, it’s 2012, it’s not hard to do. We have roads, cars, even public transportation. Heck, I’m sure if you need it, someone from the county would even pick you up. If the importance of the office doesn’t resonate with you, then resign. It’s not that you’re a bad person or that anyone is judging you or casting aspersions, show up, period! Your written response to WWAY to not showing up at the latest committee assignment is not acceptable. You’re costing me money each and every time you don’t show up, that’s just wrong!
“I just found out about the committee assignments at about 8 last night. I have no agendas, no schedules, and nobody said anything to me about there being a meeting in 12 hours,” Berger wrote. “Frankly, for a CFPUA meeting, after being booted off for a year, much more time is required to prepare than 12 hours. Go make a story up…”
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