[@ Belcher And @] contended that the status quo was working just great. What’s needed which they’re under today are rather tight. What were undertaking now’s pretty good, he explained. But seeking their ballots, Commissioner Holly Jones questioned, How can we allow it to be worthwhile? To assuage Master, Belcher and Fryar’s considerations, county Attorney Bob Deutsch suggested amending the language to specifically declare from using cleanup supplies necessary to do the responsibilities expected of them that nothing in the solution would restrict county staff. It absolutely was enough for King, who then voted in support. But despite the variation, Belcher and Fryar kept agency in opposition.