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‘The money is, it’s crazy.’

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By Jonna Spelbring Priester

John Suter typically is low key in meetings of the Campbellsburg City Council. He certainly participates in discussions about the city’s decisions, but Monday night, he expressed his own frustration at the direction the city has taken

When he spoke his mind Monday night, it was concise, and pointed, and seemed to sum up the council’s frustration.

“The money is, it’s crazy. I just want to let you know, I’ve had a lot of people wanting to know who’s running the city and what’s going on. It’s an embarrassment to me. "


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