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Municipal judges opt to retire, stay in office

March 23, 2013

LISBON — Municipal court judges Mark Frost and Melissa Byers-Emmerling are preparing to take advantage of a state law that allows elected officials to retire and continue in office....

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Mar-23-13 6:06 AM

Frost is right. Corruption is what it is.

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Mar-24-13 8:37 AM

I always thought better of these two but I see they are not above stealing and morally, that is what it is. And just to clarify things, this money that does not cost the count government anything, costs the county tax payers a lot. All that is needed is a law that says if you retire you can't hold office, and if you hold office, you can't draw a pension from the government, with the exception being a Military pension.

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Mar-24-13 1:40 PM

"I am sure that nothing I say could convince these folks to accept the general practice as being right," he wrote."

LAF! Spoken like a true politician "stick it to the people" I work for. Maybe you should be saying...THANK YOU instead of rubbing it our faces.

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Mar-24-13 7:07 PM

Remember, Frost thinks if signs are not posted saying an action is illegal criminals might not be responsible. Then there is the bullets go up as fast as they come down remark.I'm sure there is a gun in the sky to fire every projectile that goes up back down to hit something. Time to retire for real and let a new person take the reins.

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