Liner challenges Allen on library funding

Published: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 05:59 PM.

“I have nothing bad to say about the individual. I just found it strange that he would make that comment over something so important to this area of the county.”

Allen, who previously served as a Havelock city commissioner, is a former Navy Corpsman who served with Marine Corps units in Vietnam.

“I take my job serious,” Allen said. “I have for a lot of years. I don’t know about him. As a matter of fact I never even heard of him until he got on the Havelock board. Nobody else has either, as far as I know. Whatever he wants and does is fine.”

Liner, a career member of the Marine Corps and long-time civil service worker, now retired, has been a Havelock commissioner for the last eight years.

“This election is not about me and him,” Liner said. “It is about the people here in District 6 and this end of the county having representation, and the people will make that choice.”

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