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Sun, July 21

Letter: Supervisors and conflicts

Our Mohave County Board of Supervisors has two members who need to begin recusing themselves from certain agenda items.

Both have had substantial monetary gain from their dealings with the Mohave County Courts system, and both continue to vote on agenda items that benefit their personal businesses.

Supervisor Steven Moss is a practicing attorney from Bullhead City and Supervisor Jean Bishop is a constable who serves for the courts in Mohave County.

Ask any county employee who has been scrutinized with the dreaded "Conflict of Interest" form generated by Supervisor Moss. It is done to protect the taxpayers of our county from lining the pockets of those who have direct benefit from how tax money is spent.

I expect these two supervisors to begin filling out the "Conflict of Interest" forms and also recusing themselves from court-related agenda items.

Gary Menser

Lake Havasu

Note: Bishop has resigned her constable position.

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