I had to respond to John Garcia's attempt at character assassination of Supervisor Wally Leimgruber.
He accused Wally of having something to do with a shortage of ballots in the last supervisor's race. Wally had no control over the number of ballots and besides the ballots could have been reproduced for voting purposes by the precincts.
He called Wally lazy. Now I know he doesn't know anything about him. The fact is Wally puts in about a 70-hour week and a six-day week most of the time. His hard work got him a federal appointment to the district advisory council. He tirelessly researches the impact decisions the supervisors make will have on this county.
Mr. Garcia seems to think Wally doesn't deserve his salary, making it seem he earns $200,000 a year. In fact that amount is spread out over his four year term. Many deputies and prison correctional officers make more than that. But Wally knows they deserve it, as I know he deserves to be paid for the work he does.