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Commissioner Sally Kost asked supporters to bring pitchforks to the commission meeting

By Tom West
Posted Thursday, June 9, 2011

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Pittsboro, NC - You can not make this stuff up. Right there on Sally's facebook page. In the most irresponsible act I have ever witnessed, Coalition Democrat Commissioner Sally Kost calls for her supporters to take up pitchforks at this past Monday's board of commissioners meeting.

It appears that the Chatham Coalition is digging up all the usual suspects and is attempting to present the perspective of overwhelming opposition, when in reality they don't represent much of anything constructive or concrete.

Below are some of the people who voiced their support for such a reaction. Please remember their names. They are a small breed of wayward Coalition Democrats.

Eric Perry - "Where is my dang torch & pitchfork", Lesley Russell Landis (Randy Voller's wife), Billie Shambley (long-time Chatham Coalition supporter), Elaine Chiosso (supposed environmental expert), Kathie Russell (Randy Voller's attorney), Sally Kost Bille - "sure. Kathie - BINGO! and Eric, I got a pitchfork - I'll bring it over!" (remaining Chatham Coalition commissioner), Allison Schwarz Weakley, Judy Harrelson, Dee Reid (Jeffrey Starkweather's current wife), Marjorie Hudson, and Jean Millsaps.

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