Still a bitter pill

As a taxpayer in the city of Huron, I was not too happy when I found out about this situation with the "pill to pass a health s
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

As a taxpayer in the city of Huron, I was not too happy when I found out about this situation with the "pill to pass a health screening."

First, we are talking about a policeman and a firefighter that are supposed to uphold the laws and serve the people. I find it hard to believe that people think they are above the law, especially when they have been enforcing the law on citizens! All this trouble just to pass a health screening to get credit for a health plan. I might've known the bottom line is money.

Orzech shouldn't have taken it and Meyer had no business giving it to him. Those drugs are for medical emergencies, not for your own personal use. I don't think I want these two to help me. How long has this been going on and who else is involved?

As a taxpayer, I don't want to pay dishonest people who should know better. I demand answers. If you need to let them go, so be it. We, as citizens, have to follow the law, are city employees special? They need to go through what anyone else does that breaks the law. You do the crime, you do the time -- no matter who you are or what your position.

Mara Gogolewski

Huron