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At the last Broadband Authority meeting on Jan. 26, Stonewall-Hawthorne Supervisor Ron Frazier expressed his opposition to the All Points Broadband effort because “we have an immediate problem” that needs to be addressed, while just last month in a letter to the Rappahannock News he said “Let’s slow down on Broadband and consider alternatives.”
I thought it very interesting to read last weeks’ story about the Board of Supervisors meeting. Particularly the part about the reappointment of a member of the Community Services Board. Some of the people on the BOS have a strange interpretation of the meaning of the First Amendment.
It is saddening that the local Board of Supervisors race here has descended into a “low road” attack on my friend David Konick, who is running for Supervisor in the Stonewall-Hawthorne District.
I am writing you concerning the upcoming election for the Board of Supervisors. I see that certain letters have been published, and certain articles are to be published, touching on the character of my father, David Konick, one of the candidates for the office.
As former residents of Stonewall-Hawthorne District for over 30 years, we ask you to see David Konick through the eyes of what he has done and will do to Keep Rappahannock, Rappahannock!
I should have guessed it! I did not know who the author was of the witty and creative sign — “Respect Rappahannock.” Now that Ben Jones has come forth with the answer, it should not have been a surprise.
Rod Osborne is a highly likable, gregarious citizen with a background that reflects on discipline and continuing education for adults. In talking with him regarding his daughter’s attendance in Rappahannock County High School, you get a sense of his strong interest in being involved in the education system.