Did Camden County Lose a Piece of Equipment in the High Water?
Posted by Garrett Hicks on Monday, August 7, 2017
Posted by Garrett Hicks on Monday, August 7, 2017
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LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Missouri- July 1 2017 Dan Francis takes to the web to describe his background and clears his side of the story with some of the biggest business deals that have went down at the Lake of the Ozarks. Mr. Francis drops names of the Lake’s tops executives ranging from developers, media owners, and some big fish money backers.
Mr. Francis has owned several million dollar plus business over the years and has been a major developer all over the state of Missouri. Before the economy crash in 2008 Mr. Francis empire was booming at the lake of the Ozarks. As, homes went from being 200,000 to 3.5 million or better. And with all that capital invested in your lake home the next place to spend money was the toys; boats,docks,wave runner. Mr. Francis took his investments into the dock business and made a boom at it.
The Lebanon Daily Record reported 125 freshmen, or 33.5 percent of the class, are failing at least one course
LEBANON, Missouri- A former Lebanon R-3 student has responded following a Lebanon Daily Record report on Monday indicating one third of LHS freshmen are failing in at least one subject.
“There’s been a lot of buzz today about the freshman students and teachers at Lebanon High School, and I just can’t help but weigh in. LHS has hard working teachers, who care about their students. Period. My teachers were inspiring, understanding, and dedicated. That being said, sometimes I failed to live up to their expectations and other times they to mine. Even so, I can say that I graduated more than prepared for my college classes, particularly my English courses. It is absolutely heartbreaking that people are letting the Lebanon Daily Record convince our community that our teachers are lazy. They are great people, and we all owe a lot to them.”
CAMDENTON, Missouri- Following claims of a hostile work environment, RVC Data Recovery has issued the following statement:
To the Camden County Commission
Since I am not good at creating narratives like you are, I will stick with the facts.
November 23rd 2016
You terminated your contract with RVC Data Recovery. You stated “The County Commission does not believe that you adequately and timely provided the services set forth in the aforesaid Contract.” [sic] When Greg Hasty was confronted by KSPR about the fact that I was abiding by the contract he changed it to “We just did not feel like he was working with us.” I will concede that when Greg asked me to cover up another breach of the county infrastructure, I would not comply; I would not comply even when Greg Hasty attempted to order me to retroactively give the offending company permission to access the network node that they were trying to breach.
Moving forward to March 16th 2017
I see an article on Lake Expo news stating that your investigation of the hostile work environment has nothing to do with the County Clerk’s article about your money waste. I called the County Clerk’s attorney and explained to him that you had knowledge of a hostile work environment in November. I knew of this incident because I submitted it to you in writing on November 17th 2016 at 4 PM. Rowland Todd’s lawyer requested I send the document to him. I sent the letter to him that day but it did not reach him. I resent it to him on March 24th and was able to confirm he received it.
Exactly one week after the document was received by Todd’s lawyer, March 31st 2017.
I receive a letter from your lawyer stating you think I have a laptop designated for the head of HR. Six months after the company I work for was replaced by the aforementioned company (the company that tried to hack a network node at the Justice center). You are writing to find out where a county asset is located. I called your attorney and explained to him that it was located in the desk I was working at.
So in conclusion, Rowland Todd speaks out about your incompetency, and you have him investigated. I send a document to Todd’s attorney to set the facts straight and you are now implying I took a county asset. Maybe I am missing something but it seems that you just try to discredit and silence anyone that opposes you. Maybe I am wrong, so here are some alternatives to that.
1. You searched for the county assets when I left and decided to wait six months to bring up a laptop that was missing.
2. You did not care to look for the county asset for six months and just got around to finding out that you cannot locate the laptop when it was in the desk I was working at.
Any way you cut it, you are incompetent and/or attempting to bully a small local business into silence. I will leave you with a quote that sums up why I will not be silent.
“All tyranny needs to gain a foothold, is for people of good conscience to remain silent.”
Since you all are opposed to upholding the Missouri Sunshine Law, a copy of this is being sent to the local media, as well. We kindly ask that you are truthful in the future when speaking about us in public forums. We also ask that you do not continue to try to imply negative things about us.
Have a great day!!
With good conscience,
Reuben and Elizabeth Chambers of RVC Data Recovery
The votes are all tabulated in Camden County and the winners will hopefully lead with their constituents needs in mind, but wait what constituents. Out of the 28,939 registered voters in Camden County only 2,217 voted, a total of 7.66%. What does that say about out county? Is this the sign of times or do the people in our county not care about politics? 7.66% CAMDEN COUNTY WE CAN DO BETTER. With so many issues in our county the people need to voice there opinions or forever be a sheep, after all these elections do cost us money and for what a turn out of 7.66%. Hopefully in the next election we can break that record and make the elections worth having. 7.66% Camden County we can and MUST DO BETTER.