Posted by: nevadansagainstgarbage | October 2, 2010

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CANDIDATES NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SEAT E AND C October 2, 2010

The Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce held a candidates night forum on September 30. If you missed it, here are video segments divided into five parts featuring the candidates for Humboldt County Commission Seat E, Jim French and Mel Hummel, and for Seat C, Dan Cassinelli and Herb Clarno.

Clip #1 [4:32] Jim French, Mel Hummel, Dan Cassinelli and Herb Clarno, make their opening statements

Clip #2 [6:02]Question about the water quality issue in Grass Valley.

Clip #3 [7:17]What is your position on the proposed Jungo Road Landfill?

Clip #4[9:18]What should the priorities be in Humboldt County?

Clip #5[6:20]Closing comments

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Responses

  1. Mr. Hummel keeps sidestepping the issue of the Garbage Dump. I refuse to vote for him BECAUSE he won’t take a stance. The issue on pay raises, that is set by the NRS 392. I am againist Mr. Cassenelli. This same commissioner said before he is againist the war but for the military, YOU CAN NOT Have it both ways. He was asked this at the Dedication of the Memorial off of U.S. 95, research the past issues of the Humboldt Sun, It’s there.
    Bill Douglas

  2. Mr. Hummel is not an elected official or part of Recology’s law suit. Why can’t he answer the question about the Jungo Road Landfill? Given his response here, and his regular ads in the Humboldt Sun, regarding being up to speed on the ‘facts’, yet not stating his position clearly, what can voters expect?


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