Welcome

Thank you for visiting paducahsun.com, the online home of The Paducah Sun.

Calendar
June 2012
S M T W T F S
27 28 29 30 31 01 02

Click here to submit an event.

Newspaper complains regardless of what action Fiscal Court takes

By EARL T. DICKERSON Paducah

EDITOR:

Your editorials are confusing. On Jan. 22 you complain the McCracken County commissioners act too quickly: they determined that if money was legally owed a former employee as part of his salary package, it should be paid. They appointed their attorney to make that decision. So far the vote is, "Obey the law. Don't get the county sued."

You say the money shouldn't have been paid. Nothing was said by you of the extra liability that would have been incurred by our county had such action been taken. Please check with legal counsel before giving editorial opinion. We have already done enough stupid things in this community. My advice to you is have nothing to do with the labor relations at the newspaper. The Sun is sinking fast enough as it is.

Then on Jan. 29 you claim that same group acted too slowly. Maybe they were taking your earlier advice too much to heart. The one thing I've noticed is that no matter what they do, you complain.

EARL T. DICKERSON

Paducah

Comments made about this article - 0 Total

Comment on this article

Your comment has been submitted for approval
captcha c33f0b6cbdd34c6ea9e9fb6a8e87e2c8
Top Classifieds
  • HAVANESE PUPS AKC Home Raised, Best H ... Details
  • 27HP 60' cut. 2014 Dixie Cho ... Details
  • PILLOW TOPmattress sets NEW in pl ... Details
  • 1990 Kubota B6200HST Tractor w/ 60 ... Details
  • SEEING is believing! Don't b ... Details

Most Popular
  1. McCracken Civic Beautification Distinctive Home of the Month
  2. Woodmen Chapter donates to St. Nicholas Foundation
  3. Two Paducah residents awarded National MS Society Scholarships
  1. Aide: Clinton didn't want emails accessible
  2. New laws to take effect around U.S.
  3. World War I a turning point in history
  1. McCracken Civic Beautification Distinctive Home of the Month
  2. Woodmen Chapter donates to St. Nicholas Foundation
  3. Two Paducah residents awarded National MS Society Scholarships
Discussion

Check out these recently discussed stories and voice your opinion...