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I’ve noticed that Josh Woods (to my knowledge not a resident of the fourth district) has become an advocate for Scott McNeil’s run for the fourth district’s open supervisors’ seat. In a response to a letter about McNeil’s fitness to be on the Board of Supervisors, Mr. Woods replied “LOL…again STOPtheLies. Scott is a well-qualified leader who will elevate El Dorado County and do what’s right for his district.”
To my knowledge, Mr. Woods has never attended a Cameron Park Community Services District meeting, so how would he know if McNeil is even qualified to run a lemonade stand or if McNeil has ever been right about anything? What I will tell Mr. Woods is this, if he is trying to find someone to be his meat puppet, McNeil is the right choice.
On the other hand if the voters of the fourth district are looking for a responsive, intelligent, honest representative, then McNeil is definitely the wrong choice. Don’t believe me? Just purchase the recorded minutes from any CSD meeting and you will hear McNeil either asking imbecilic questions, rudely and loudly talking over other board directors and the public or adding nothing more to the meetings than just agreeing with Mary Cahill’s other meat puppets.
Also, let’s not forget that McNeil in 2012 forgot where he lived and tried to run for supervisor in the second district. Can El Dorado County afford someone who either doesn’t know where they live or is an outright fraud?