After receiving letter, two commissioners back down on quarantine rejection
Didier and three sheriff's hold their ground
Last updated 4/25/2020 at 11:04am
PASCO - After receiving a letter from Governor's Office General Counsel Kathryn Leathers, two Franklin County commissioners have backed down from their previous declaration that the jurisdiction was open for business.
Following an executive session this morning, April 23, commissioners voted, 2-1, to rescind their decision to allow residents to go back to work.
Commissioner Brad Peck and Chairman Robert "Bob" Koch buckled under orders from Leathers; Commissioner Clint Didier stood his ground.
"I'm just glad our founding fathers had the courage to follow through when the king ofEngland tramp...