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Washington County Treasurer longest running in state

September 7, 2013

Sworn in for her ninth term recently, Washington County Treasurer Dorothy Peppel is now Ohio’s longest-serving county treasurer still in office....

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hockeypuck

Sep-09-13 3:16 PM

The "party bosses" infect those who are not savvy enough to stand on their own. They bow down and accept all terms the "party boss" lays out, and does whatever they are told to do. Yes, even people like a county commissioner. Someone else pulls their strings. Dorothy has never shown such behavior. Therefore, I doubt if the "party bosses" have been able to infect her.

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BeRight

Sep-09-13 11:11 AM

What exactly would a Treasurer do if they were infected? I am just saying she has been in office to long and needs to move on with her life and get a job.

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hockeypuck

Sep-09-13 11:04 AM

BeRight: Take it easy on Dorothy. She is one of the few who do not belong to the club known as one of "them". She is really independent, and the "party Bosses" have been unable to infect her.

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BeRight

Sep-09-13 9:01 AM

That is not the way it is done in this politically cy orrect world; that is why McFarland waited until the Seman announced retirement before he decided to run.

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NasCarNut

Sep-08-13 5:51 PM

The girls working alongside her have waited for years in silence waiting for that announcement

Well the better speak up or they may be ready for retirement themselves ;)

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BeRight

Sep-08-13 11:39 AM

The rules of the ROAD when someone like Dorothy stays around to long is that Dorothy is supposed to announce her retirement and someone already working in the office for years runs to replace her. The girls working alongside her have waited for years in silence waiting for that announcement. Her Party will not endorse or support another candidate until she decides to retire. It is a shame.

Is that an old picture of her or does she still have the same hair from 40 years ago.

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NasCarNut

Sep-08-13 9:11 AM

But isn't it about time to give someone else a chance at that job?

No one is stopping someone fron running against her...

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drivingmissdaisy

Sep-07-13 5:26 PM

Job well done, Dorothy!

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hockeypuck

Sep-07-13 5:17 PM

I have known Dorothy for many years. She is one of the few elected officials that does not bow down and kiss the ring of the "Party Boss". Good luck, Dorothy.

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BeRight

Sep-07-13 11:46 AM

I am sure that Dorthy still does an adequate job. But isn't it about time to give someone else a chance at that job?

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