The Property No Sale Timeline

This is a timeline of emails and other communications between town staff, organizations, commissioners, and other representatives. Some of the content is summarized, but copies of related communications are public record and so are available from government organizations under Freedom of Information Acts request regulations.
We present this information for your consideration, and as a basic reference for drawing future conclusions because it’s unlikely to be found elsewhere.

January 8, 2018 – Special meeting with Robert Van Geons presenting on FCCEDC
Audio: Mayor Warner acknowledges Town Manager Melissa Adams and Town Planner Chancer McLaughlin have been working on a list of available properties (Marker 1:04:30)

January 25, 2018 – sent 10:03 AM
From Teddy Warner of FCCEDC to then-Town Clerk Debbie Holland
(Can I come by and bring a copy of the Power Point on a flash drive and pick up Robert’s computer remote)

January 25, 2018 – sent 10:40 AM
From Teddy Warner to Deputy Town Clerk Tiffany Gillstedt
(I will send you an email in the morning when I am heading that way)

March 22, 2018 – sent 10:26 AM
From Finance Director Drew Holland to Teddy Warner  
(Let them know, we are willing to make this happen)   

March 23, 2018 –  sent 3:41 PM 
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(Requested meeting to be held on March 27th at 4 PM with Andrew Pennick and Terry Jung of LSF at town hall)

March 23, 2018 – sent 5:22 PM 
From Adams to Teddy Warner
(Confirming Tuesday 4 PM meeting “Best people in my team”)

March 26, 2018 – sent 4:52 PM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(We will have the Mayor, town manager and myself)

March 26, 2018 – sent 6:46 PM
From Teddy Warner to Adams and Drew Holland
(It will just be me, Pennink, and Jung)

March 27, 2018 – sent 9:29 PM.
From Teddy Warner to Jung
(Listed team members with Mayor Warner’s private email – team listed is Adams, Drew Holland and Mayor Warner)

March 27, 2018 – 4 PM
Meeting attended by Drew Holland, Adams, Mayor Warner and representatives of LSF and FCCEDC

March 27, 2018 – 6 PM
Board meeting on Meeting Decorum and Roles of the Elected

  • Audio – Mayor acknowledges she understands rule 20 about becoming “active in debate” (Marker 21 minutes)
  • Audio – Town Attorney Dan Hartzog states when there is direction for the town manager to take action it needs to be done by the whole board  (Marker 26 minutes)
  • Audio – Attorney Hartzog says if the town is asked to take an action the whole board should know  (Marker 34 minutes)
  • Audio – Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell asks town manager if she was being micro-managed by any one board member to come to the board and inform the board  (Marker 37 minutes)

April 12,  2018 – sent 4:11 PM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(Letter confirming that FCCEDC has hired an engineering firm to do Wetland Study, Geo-technical Study and Phase 1 ESA)

April 12, 2018 – Proposal signed for Geo-technical Study

April 16, 2018 – sent 4:17 PM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(Melissa wants to wait until we have more information. Nothing to present tonight)

April 16, 2018 – sent 4:19 PM 
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(asking if they are going to present tonight or wait)

April 16, 2018 – sent 4:21 PM 
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(OK Thank you)

May 7, 2018 – Property owner survey completed by and signed by Teddy Warner, who doesn’t own the property

May 8, 2018 – sent 8:50 PM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(They would like to go on the site between 8:30 and 9 in the morning and I will send you Phase 1 report in the morning)

May 9, 2018 – sent 8:03 AM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(We will have it unlocked)

May 9, 2018 – sent 12:54 PM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(They are done out there. They locked up the gate when they left)

May 15, 2018 – Date of Geo-technical Report

May 16, 2018 – sent 5:10 PM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(Drew Holland receives Wetlands report)

June 1, 2018 – sent 3:22 PM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(Here are the shirt sizes for the town council and the department heads – 19 total – what time do you need the gate unlocked on Monday)

June 1, 2018 – sent 4:49 PM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(We won’t have 19 shirts ready for Monday. Can you send the sizes for just Melissa and the board?) 

June 2, 2018 – Geo-technical invoice due

June 4, 2018 – sent 8:08 AM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(Here are the shirt sizes)

June 4, 2018 – sent 8:22 AM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(Can you open the gate around 9:30?)

June 4, 2018 – Regular Board meeting with two closed sessions
1) To hear LSF presentation with FCCEDC rep Teddy Warner, LSF reps and the board and
2) To discuss LSF privately as a board. 
Commissioners heard about LSF for the first time during the first closed session. During the second closed session, Commissioner Larson asked Mayor Warner if she knew about the project prior to the meeting. She replied no. Commissioner Larson asked her again and she replied no again.

June 5, 2018 – sent 9:32 AM
From Teddy Warner t Melissa Adams
(Thank you for the opportunity to present, and includes links about LSF)

June 5, 2018 – sent 11:10 AM
From Drew Holland to Teddy Warner
(Council is very excited about the opportunity presented last night)

June 5, 2018 – sent 11:17 AM
From Teddy Warner to Drew Holland
(I am with a client but will call soon….see information below)

June 5, 2018 – sent 1:09 PM
From Town Manager Adams to the board
(Reminder of the need for a 48 hour notice for Special meetings)

June 5 –sent at 1:15 PM
From Mayor Pro Tem Mike Mitchell to the board
(asking for copies of financials and tax returns for due diligence) 

June 5 – sent 3:34 PM
From Mitchell to the board
(Due Diligence on LSF financials, voices concerns about McAdams group and the Mayor’s involvement in the LSF matter, and questioned the appraisal of the property)

June 5, 2018 – Sent 3:40 PM
From Mitchell to the board
(expresses concern about historic preservation of Mill 2)

June 6, 2018 – sent 8:58 AM
From Commissioner Jessie Bellflowers to the board
(suggests special meeting for Monday June 11 at 6 PM for discussion purposes ONLY)

June 6, 2018 – sent 9:04 AM
From Commissioner Meg Larson to the board
(Agree with Commissioner Bellflowers. Monday is also good)

June 6, 2018 –sent 9:08 AM
From Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell to the board
(Monday is good for him too)

June 6, 2018 – sent 10:06 AM
From Mayor Warner to the board
(requesting the meeting be moved to 6:30 PM instead of 6 PM)

June 6, 2018 –sent 10:07 AM
From Commissioner Larson to the board
(says 6:00 PM is good for her)

June 11, 2018 – sent 12:57 PM
From Teddy Warner to Adams and Holland
(Hypothetical site layout and estimated acreage)

June 11, 2018 –sent 3:08 PM
From Adams to Teddy Warner
(Board wishes to use tonight’s meeting as an opportunity to discuss matter with attorney)

June 11, 2018 – sent 4:53 PM
From Teddy Warner to Adams
(Feel free to text or email during the meeting if you have questions)

June 11, 2018 – Special closed session meeting to discuss LSF
(see closed session meeting minutes)
Board decided by consensus not to sell property.

June 13, 2018 – sent 9:15 AM and 10:16 AM  
From Teddy Warner to Terry Jung and Tim Byron, both of the LSF
(Update on closed session of Monday June 11th asking about land lease)

June 14, 2018 – sent 8:41 AM
From Jung to Teddy Warner
(listing options for leasing and purchase)

June 18, 2018 – sent 9:38 AM
From Teddy Warner to Adams
(Asking if the project will be discussed by the board again this evening and forwarded an email from Jung sent to Teddy Warner on June 14 at 8:41 AM)

June 18, 2018 – sent 10:56 AM
From Teddy Warner to Adams
(sent deed he found during research)

June 18, 2018 – sent 11:01 AM
From Adams to Teddy Warner
(to say thank you)

June 18, 2018 – Regular board meeting 
In closed session, Board asks town manager to communicate that they were not interested moving forward with the project.

June 29, 2018 – sent 3:13 PM
Email from Jung to Jack Rothsetter and Andrew Pennink
(Picture of the 3-D LSF Retreat)

July 2, 2018 – sent 5:14 PM
Forwarded email from Pennink to Larson
(To Jack Rothsetter and Andrew Pennink from Terry Jung originally sent on June 29, 2018)
(Picture of the 3-D LSF Retreat and thanking Commissioner Larson for speaking with him on the phone)

July 3, 2018 – sent 9:12 AM
Commissioner Larson forwarded an email from Larson to the board, Adams, and Town Attorney Dan Hartzog
[states Mr. Pennink wanted to know where the board stood on LSF which she thought had been decided at the last closed session (June 18, 2018) and she referred him to the town manager or town attorney for further inquiry]

July 3, 2018 – sent 10:59 AM
From Commissioner Bellflowers to Board, Town Manager Melissa Adams, and Town Attorney Dan Hartzog
(concerned about a phone call he received from Andrew Pennick asking about the confusion with the direction of the board concerning LSF. Commissioner Bellflowers reiterated the answer was no to the sale of Lake 2 property to LSF and asked Town Manager and Town Attorney to clarify the decision of the board with Mr. Pennink.)

July 9, 2018 – Regular board meeting
Bill Speight asked about status of the LSF project during Public Comment session.  The Board instructed Hartzog to send a letter to LSF advising of the Board’s decision.

July 13, 2018 – sent 12:18 PM
From Commissioner Larson to Carolyn Hinson and Denise Bruce of Air Quality Stakeholders Committee
(1999 study  Note: For Air Quality Stakeholders Committee)

July 14, 2018 – sent 8:16 AM
From Up & Coming Publisher Bill Bowman to Van Geons
blind copied to Commissioner Pat Edwards and Mayor Warner
(This is what you are up against in Hope Mills – It will only get worse)

July 14, 2018 – sent 10:45 AM
From Bill Bowman to Van Geons
with a blind copy to Mayor Warner and Commissioner Pat Edwards received these screen shots from Earl Vaughan July 13 at 9:16 PM)

July 16, 2018 – sent 9:36 AM
From Teddy Warner to Jung
(Town will be stating they are not interested in doing the project on the site we discussed)

July 16, 2018 – sent 10:38 AM
From Teddy Warner to Adams
(Letting her know he has requested an email address from Jung)

July 16, 2018 – sent 10:51
From Adams to Teddy Warner
(Hartzog has the letter prepared to send)

July 16, 2018 – sent 1 PM
From Adams to Teddy Warner
(Mailing address)

July 16, 2018 – Hartzog mails notification of board’s decision to Jung

July 18, 2018 – sent 8:46 AM
From Mick Nolan of PWC to Hinson
with copies to Mayor Warner and Commissioner Larson
(I have contacted Mayor Warner and discussed this study. Note: On June 12, 2018 at 8:27 AM Correspondence to the entire Board from Gillstedt sending the 1999 Water Study)

July 23, 2018 – Regular board meeting goes amok
Mayor places LSF on the agenda to clear up “misinformation” 
This ended up being a contentious meeting where the mayor suspended multiple rules of procedure without the consent of the board.  (Entire video)

  • Audio – Beginning of Jung’s presentation (Marker 3:43)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allows Jung to turn and address the audience rather than the board (Approximately 3:00 minute marker)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allowed audience to comment from seats to presenter Jung (Marker 11:10)
  • Audio – First mention of a “reverter clause” (Marker 19:12)
  • Audio –  Mayor Warner refers to an email from Nolan of PWC concerning PWC non-interest in developing Lake 2 as a water reservoir – The email stems from another email conversation between Larson, Hinson and Bruce – Note: how the email came into Mayor Warner’s possession is unknown (Marker 21:59)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allows audience to go out of order with applause (Marker 26:32)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner fails to recognize Commissioner Jerry Legge when he asks for the floor and Mayor Warner speaks again (Marker 26:47)
  • Audio –  Mayor Warner expresses her disapproval of the board’s decision and again does not call the audience to order (Marker 28:56)
  • Audio –  Commissioner Larson reads the 2014 Lake Jordan Water Application from PWC (Marker 31:11 )
  • Audio – Mayor Warner engages in debate with Commissioner Larson (Marker 33:24)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allows Byron to speak from the back of the room and does not call him to the microphone  (Marker 33:47)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allows Speight to address Commissioner Larson from his seat asking if she needs to see a map (Marker 34:48)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner allows Byron to speak from the back of the room again (Marker 35:42)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner interrupts Commissioner Bellflowers (Marker 50:14)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner becomes argumentative with members of board  (Marker 51:20)
  • Audio-  Mayor Warner does not call the audience to order (Marker 1:26)
  • Audio –  Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell states Mayor Warner, Adams, and Hartzog were aware of LSF project but board members were not until June 4, 2018  (Marker 53:00)
  • Audio – Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell makes a motion to not accept LSF offer (Marker 53:50)
  • Audio – Mayor’s husband Alex Warner yells from his seat “Madame Mayor are you not going to hear from the people who signed up to speak?”  Mayor Warner does not call her husband Alex Warner out of order. (Marker 53:54)
  • Audio – Board acknowledges that they are signed up under Public Comments  (Marker 54:00)
  • Audio – Alex Warner stands up at seat, out of order, and says he wants to hear from the people.  Commissioner Legge and Commissioner Larson express that this is a presentation and not a public hearing.  (Marker 54:04) 
  • Audio- Citizen calls out “Point of Order” from his seat and Mayor Warner recognizes citizen to speak.  Citizen tells Mayor Warner the board could agree to move public comments if they wanted. Audience begins to applaud and Mayor Warner does not call the room to order  (Marker 54:16)
  • Audio –Commissioner Legge says he does not want public comments moved (Marker 54:40) 
  • Audio – Commissioner Legge seconds Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell’s motion to turn down LSF offer (Marker 55-57)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner asks audience to raise their hands if they are against of this project (Marker 56:29)
  • Audio – Citizens yells out from his seat and is recognized by the Mayor “Excuse me Mayor, and says the question should be who is against this property being on Lake 2?” (56:35)
  • Audio- Mayor Warner allows people who had not signed up before the meeting to to go ahead and sign up without the board’s vote (Marker 57:17)
  • Audio –Commissioner Legge withdraws his second but by the board’s adopted Rules of Procedure a motion does not require a second so the original motion is still on the floor. (Marker 57:52)
  • Audio – Jung of Lgets up out of his seat and comes to microphone and refers to conversation with Jack Rothstetter and then talks about doing the studies on Hope Mills property.  Jung says he went to the people to do the studies and they said if the property owner did the studies it would be cheaper and faster   (Marker 58:00)  
  • Note: Teddy Warner filled out the Property Owner Survey and FCCEDC says they paid to have them done.
  • Audio – Audience again goes out of order and a woman gets up and s about supporting Lone Survivor and says that she has to leave and then leaves the room. Mayor does not call room to order but thanks her for speaking out of order (Marker 1:02:04)
  • Audio – Audience goes back out of order and the mayor does not call the room to order. (Marker 1:02:39)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner goes out of meeting order of the approved agenda and calls for public comments without a vote of the board  (1:02:50)
  • Public comments begin with 8 speakers. There is applause after each and Mayor Warner never calls for order. Speight turns and addresses audience and does not get called to order by the Mayor
  • Audio- Byron speaks – states they just received the letter from the town yesterday (July 22, 2018) that we were not moving forward with the project.  He says that was the first communication he had heard since they made their offer (which would have been June 11, 2018).  He also states the property was for sale. Applause and no call to order by Mayor Warner (Marker 1:12)
  • Audio – Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell questions Van Goens about Teddy Warner and about possible conflict of interest (Marker 1:27)
  • Audio – Van Geons says Hope Mills does not fund FCCEDC and  that the County does (We pay county taxes) (Marker 1:27:32)
  • Audio – Alex Warner speaks to the board and turns to audience. Audience totally out of order during presentation with laughter and clapping. Warner incorrectly states vote has been rescinded. (Marker 1:28:25)
  • Audio –  Commissioner Larson asks to be recognized and Mayor Warner says “No Ma’am” (Marker 1:31:25)
  • Audio – With a motion by Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell still on the floor, Commissioner Bellflowers makes a motion for a full public hearing and room breaks into applause.  No call to order and standing ovation. Commissioner Jerry Legge seconded the motion for the hearing. (Marker 1:39:28)
  • Audio – Mayor Warner goes into full debate mode and crowd goes out of order and the mayor does not call the meeting back to order. (Marker 1:45)
  • Audio – Commissioner Larson confronts Mayor Warner about not sharing information and lying to the board in closed session about knowing anything about the project.  The mayor states she knew about the project then but did not know any details – (note: she was at the meeting March 27, 2018)   Mayor Warner denies she lied.  (Marker 1:46:18) 
  • Audio – Mayor Warner implies citizens are pulling the strings of this board. (Marker 1:48:25) 
  • Audio – Another unidentified woman yells from the back of the room and the Mayor does not call order (Marker 1:50:50)
  • Audio – Commissioner Larson talks about all the bullying, lying and deceit that took place at this meeting (Marker 3:29 )

July 24, 2018 – sent 4:36 PM
From Town Clerk Jane Starling to Robert Van Geons
(BOC schedules special meeting for August 1st to discuss when to hold a public hearing for Lone Survivor – no public comments –  Commissioner Bellflowers requested Phase 1 and 2, Wetland Delineation and Geo-technical Reports)

July 24, 2018 – sent 5:03 PM
From Van Goens to Starling
(Thank you for Special Meeting notice and providing file sizes – makes reference to town doing a Phase 2 study)

July 25, 2018 – sent 8:00 AM
From Starling to Van Geons
(I don’t know about file size)

July 25, 2018 – sent 12:45 PM
From Van Geons to Starling
(Provides the three studies)

July 25, 2018 – sent 3:16 PM
From Starling to Van Geons
(Notice of Special Meeting on August 1st)

July 27, 2018 – sent 2:17 PM
From Commissioner Bellflowers to Van Geons
(questioning why Lake 2 is better than the other 50 properties LSF has looked at)

July 30, 2018 – sent 10:38 AM
From Adams to the board
(asking the board wanted Rachel Cotter to come to the Special Meeting on August 1, 2018)

July 30, 2018 – sent 10:49 AM 
From Commissioner Larson to the board
(states no need for Mrs. Cotter to come to the meeting)

July 30, 2018 – sent 10:50 AM
From Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell to the board
(I agree with Commissioner Larson)

July 30, 2018 – sent 2:48 PM
From Commissioner Legge to the board
(stating McAdams did not need to be there and that it wasn’t advertised in the notice for a Special Meeting.

July 30, 2018 – sent 12:38 PM
From Rachel Cotter of the McAdams Group to Adams, Kenny Bullock and Holland
(notifying them that she has been contacted by commissioners and asking for 1 point of contact for her group – confirm if it is Bullock)

July 30, 2018 – sent 2:38 PM
From Commissioner Bellflowers to the board
(stated he would like to hear from Cotter)

July 30, 2018 – sent 2:44 PM
From Commissioner Larson to the board
(stated that hearing from McAdams Group was not what the purpose of the Special Meeting was for)

July 30, 2018 – sent 2:48 PM
From Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell to the board
States 3 commissioners have said they do not want to hear from McAdams Group August 1 and that was not the purpose of the meeting.

July 30, 2018 – sent 3:23 PM
From Mayor Warner to the board
(gives her understanding of what the results of the Comprehensive Plan to include partnerships)

July 30, 2018 – sent 3:33 PM
From Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell to the board
(informed the board that he and Commissioner Larson had some concerns about Lake 2 not being in the Comprehensive Plan and both had left calls for her)

July 30, 2018 – sent 3:44 PM
From Bowman to Jackie Warner, Teddy Warner, Van Geons, Speight, Jung, and Chamber of Commerce President Jan Spell
(Article in the August 1st edition of the Up and Coming Weekly focusing on LSF and the unfortunate situation taking place in Hope Mills with their elected officials requesting that they come and pick them up and distribute them out in Hope Mills)

July 30, 2018 – sent 9:17 PM
From Commissioner Larson to Cotter
(apologizing for not answering because she was in a P & R meeting)

July 30, 2018 – sent 11:23 PM 
From Bowman to Jackie Warner, Teddy Warner, Van Geons, Speight, Jung, and Spell
(Reiterating to get the UCW magazines out in the hands of the people and thanking them for their positive responses)

August 1, 2018 Special Board meeting–
Board decides to wait until Comprehensive Parks Plans comes back and then decide if they will hold a Public Hearing for LSF. Then Board went into closed session.

July 31, 2018 – sent 10:07 AM
Correspondence between Melissa Adams, Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell, Kenny Bullock and Commissioner Meg Larson
(Recap of conference call between Cotter, Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell and Commissioner Larson stating that Lake 2, Botanical Gardens and Legion Rd. property was an oversight on their part)

 August 1, 2018 – sent 1:23 PM
From Cotter to Commissioner Larson
(asking for the 2014 PWC study and Gordon Butler Nature Preserve)

August 1, 2018 – sent 1:43 PM
From Cotter to Commissioner Larson
(Thanks Meg)

August 1, 2018 – sent 11:22 PM
From Commissioner Larson to Cotter
(sent PWC Jordan Lake water application attachment)

August 2, 2018 – sent 7:41 AM
From Commission Larson to Cotter
(sent 1999 PWC Study)

August 23, 2018 – sent 4:27 PM
From Gillstedt to Teddy Warner and Van Geons
(requesting copies of cancelled check for studies, the contract and scope of work)

September 19, 2018 – Wetland study invoice paid. Due date was June 2, 2018.

September 25, 2018 – Geo-technical study invoice paid. Due date was June 2, 2018.

August 23, 2018 – sent 6:21 PM
From Van Goens to Gillstedt
(Provided the 3 environmental studies)

August 24, 2018 –  sent 10:47 AM
From Gillstedt to Van Geons  
(Requesting numbers for costs of studies and any other costs associated with Hope Mills)

August 28, 2018 – sent 4:19 PM
From Adams to Van Geons
(Waiting for you to provide contracts, cancelled checks or proof of payment for the studies)

August 28, 2018 – sent 4:38 PM
From Van Geons to Adams
(Sorry I left Tiffany to assume we will be sending additional information – before I invest any more staff time I would like to know what the concern or question is)

October 8, 2018 – Closed session
Second offer to purchase land along with earnest money presented to the board in closed session.  The offer included a stipulation that the town pay for Phase 2 environmental study and any resulting remediation. (Note -Board was not apprised of this stipulation to pay for Phase 2 study)

  • Audio – Denied the final offer of LSF with three commissioners reiterating the June 11, 2018 consensus decision 4 to 1 on June 11, 2018 that the land was not for sale –  (Marker 1:48)

October 11, 2018
(phone call) 
Hartzog contacts Van Geons by phone

October 12, 2018 – sent 3:16 PM
From Hartzog to Van Geons
(follow up  email to phone call about when he could obtain the redacted copy of the contract)

October 12, 2018 – sent 3:28 PM
From Van Goens to Hartzog
responds maybe today, maybe next week

October 12, 2018 – sent 3:30 PM
From Hartzog to Van Geons
responds that he has been asked if he could get it today

October 12, 2018 – sent 5:42 PM
From Van Geons to Hartzog
(responds that he wants Attorney Hartzog to have anyone with any concerns contact him directly – attaches redacted copy of “Proposal” to Attorney Dan Hartzog)

October 22, 2018 – Closed session
Mayor Warner walks out

  • Audio (Marker 2:00) Later in the paper it is reported that Mayor Warner says it was because of bullying and hostile environment created by the board

November 5, 2018 regular meeting:

  • Mayor Warner speaks about the work of the FCCEDC  (Marker 42:11)
  • Mayor Warner scolds people in audience for shaking their head. Mayor proceeds to accuse the board of spending money directly or indirectly to trying to prove that she or her son has done something wrong  (Marker 43:20)
  • Mayor Warner demands a Cease and Desist from this board for the board to stop asking the Attorney to try to find out if she or her son had paid for a study. (Marker 43:43)
  • Mayor Warner demands this board to leave her son’s boss alone (Marker 44:50)
  • Commissioner Larson asked Mayor Warner permission to speak (Marker 46:52)
  • Mayor Warner calls Commissioner Larson out of order (Marker 47:13)
  • Commissioner Larson said she was not finished. Mayor Warner responded she was cutting her off  (Marker 47:20)
  • Commissioner Larson calls Point of Order (Marker 47:24)
  • Commissioner Larson tells Mayor Warner she needs to read her Code of Ethics (Marker 47:56)
  • Mayor Warner tells Commissioner Larson she is not allowed to give the Town Attorney Hartzog direction. Commissioner Larson responds the whole board gave the attorney direction…it was the night you left the closed meeting. (Marker 48:03)

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