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Friday, May 03, 2019

Reminder: Worcester Event Saturday

The 2nd Amendment is the right that protects all our other rights . . . and the county sheriff is a person who can protect OR limit those rights.

The new county sheriff will be present at the Commissioners Town Hall TOMORROW MORNING (Saturday) . . . join those who will inquire as to his position re our second amendment rights, including his thoughts on Worcester County declaring itself a Second Amendment sanctuary county, just as many counties across the country have done. This is the perfect opportunity to speak up for what you believe in, and/or be there to support those who do.

The email announcing the town hall:
Worcester County Commissioner Chip Bertino will host a town meeting on Saturday, May 4 at 10 a.m. at the Ocean Pines library.  He will discuss issues and developments impacting the Ocean Pines district and the county.   Commissioner Bertino’s guest speakers include Worcester County Sheriff Matthew Crisafulli, Worcester County State’s Attorney Kris Heiser and Lynne Barton, principal of Stephen Decatur Middle School.

Sheriff Crisafulli will discuss his views on law enforcement efforts within the county and his tenure since taking office last December.

Mrs. Heiser will share developments and initiatives in her office since being sworn in in January.

Ms. Barton will present her experiences and perspectives as principal of the county’s largest middle school. 

Commissioner Jim Bunting will join the meeting as well.

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