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Gravel pit: Collusion seen in road signs

We have read many letters in the last few months in regards to Krieg Construction’s gravel pit at Sawmill and Taylor roads. I am convinced there is some collusion as the county has a vested interest in this pit and what I have comprehended are partners with Krieg in this proposal.

This explains why the county has swapped all the road signs at Dugualla Road and Taylor from a yield to a stop sign. The speed limit signs have also been replaced on Frostad from 50 to 45 mph. Is this just a coincidence? I know the signs have remained the same for many years.

I believe the “good old boy” commissioners and Krieg have now decided they are going to advance their ruling regardless and are totally insensitive to the hurt this will cause to over 200 families in Dugualla Bay Heights. Sounds like collusion and a conflict of interest to me.

William & Linda Ludlow live in Oak Harbor.

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