I am sorry to have made you frustrated or have you feel like something is being ignored. I would be glad to go back through my posts and show you all the things that I think you ignored as well if you want me to.
The total money coming in to the trustee's office per that report said $215,742 coming in and $289,753 going out so your numbers are correct but a little misleading. I think if Tom is taking the same payroll that Ernie took then his numbers will look similar to the ones you posted since his salary would be out of the general too... and especially if the building is being updated.
Thanks for the information on the disasters. I think that is a good example of where having money built up could help.
I didn't mean to make it sound like I was saying it was self serving... I was merely stating that it is strange based on other comments. If you are telling us that the budget is that tight then why worry about fixing the office up as soon as you get in.
I want to thank you again for coming on here. I have been coming to the Clark County Chatter for a long time but never thought about posting until it last night when I felt like you were doing something against what I VOTED FOR YOU ALL TO DO. I don't understand why we can't just ignore what was done before and focus on what Tom is doing that he promised he would do.
I hope that you are not ending this topic even though it sounds like you are by your last response. I saw that a user named "Tom Kendrick" was reading this post earlier around 5:40 but no response from him either. I hope that we can keep this going and that Tom will respond as well.
I think we all have questions for him if he would be willing to respond on this forum. My one main question at the moment that still hasn't been answered is that if someone that qualifies for assistance comes in after the budget runs out but we have a surplus... will that person be denied assistance. I think that is a simple question.