In reading last week’s Gazette-Journal article regarding the Mathews dilemma, G.C. Morrow deserves our thanks for protecting the property owners of Mathews. In full disclosure, I volunteered to be the treasurer of his campaign years ago, only because I knew him to be an extremely knowledgeable advocate for our county as a resident.
He is someone willing to stand up to pressure against solutions that were not beneficial for Mathews. Since 2010, I attended many frustrating years of BOS and Planning Commission meetings. In Mr. Morrow, I was encouraged to finally find someone who understood what I was witnessing as certain regulatory options began to unnecessarily strangle property owners legally and financially.
The Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission can be a great tool and asset for the counties and townships involved, which we are. However, because state and federal legislation is so complex these days, our BOS appears to rely heavily on our ...
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