Here we are again having to fight to keep small schools open.
We appreciate our School Board members, but Gary Hostutler, again thinks we need to close small schools. Our children get a better education than these classes with 25 or 30 students. We the taxpayers should have a say so before Gary Hostutler speaks out before they close any school.
The National Day of Prayer is next week on Thursday May 3. At noon, Bedford City and County will commemorate this day on the Court House Steps in downtown Bedford for 30 or so minutes.
The theme this year is: ONE NATION UNDER GOD. “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord” (Psalm 33:12)
Please help stop the PD-1 rezoning for “Harmony in Bedford.”
Please call/contact, or e-mail the members of the Bedford County Board of Supervisors before the April 23 meeting and help stop the PD-1 Rezoning of the farmland located on Pony Acre Rd. and Rt. 460 west, (this is the proposed “Harmony in Bedford” development).
Well, it’s that time of year again; time for the highway department to cut the grass on the roadsides. I’ve seen several already. You probably have too. A guy on a tractor with one of those mechanical arms hooked to it and on the end of the arm is the mowing/cutting unit.
I am and have been a citizen of Bedford County for over 60 years. I normally try not to get involved in politics and government matters. But this situation with our former County Administrator, Kathleen Guzi, is weighing on my mind, and I feel it is time for me to speak out.
Now that the forced resignation of County Administrator Kathleen Guzi, by some members of the Bedford County Board of Supervisors has been accomplished, it’s now time to thank Ms. Guzi for her many years of service to our community.
“If they don’t like what we are doing here, they can go. I’m sure the road they came in on has a lane that goes in the opposite direction. “--Roger Cheek, Bedford Co. Board of Supervisors. [Bedford Bulletin, Jan. 25, 2012