The Bryan Times,

This week we saw the Williams Co. Election Board, under advisement from county prosecutor Katie Hartman, deny the citizens of Williams County the chance to vote on what they want.

So, do you as citizens of Williams County want to protect your water? Are you willing to lie down and let government roll over you? Why are they so afraid of the citizens of this county having a voice? Think about this.

Who does Ed Kidston own? Are our county commissioners more aligned with Ed or the citizens of this county?

I don’t know about the rest of you but I have one goal here ... save and protect our water.

Look at what is happening all over the world. Water is polluted and drying up. We all need water to live. Let’s stand up and say ”hell no.” Maybe you should all voice your opinions in the newspaper’s public forum, call and/or write your commissioners, contact the Secretary of State, show up in the courtroom on Tuesday, July 16, at 10 a.m.

This is supposed to be a government of the people, by the people and for the people. This is OUR water. One entity does NOT have the right to sell OUR water.

BE HEARD.

Debby Dalton

Bryan

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