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Old 06-12-2017, 02:02 PM   #19
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Default Re: Binder Bee 2015 needs new leadership

It is the wild, wild west there in Jo-Co, especially the more rural portions. I feel for ya. Here in neighboring Doug-Co the Sheriff Dept is fairly well staffed, but even so, they can still get stretched pretty thin at times. There's been a few murders up here recently, at least one of which was perp'd by a tweaker.

Back on the subject of the Bee, I'm selfishly all for it being closer to home. Anywhere in Douglas, Josephine, or Jackson counties would fit that bill. Perhaps a large campground or a county fairgrounds. As such, I could envision myself being involved with it on multiple levels. I'm sure our buddies in NorCal wouldn't be opposed to a shorter drive either.
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