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February 22, 2020

12/6/2019 3:13:00 PM
The Knights of King Arthur's Round Table

Dear Editor:
It would be story three, a comparison you see.
The Knights of King Arthur's Round Table (the Iowa county supervisors round table) and the signing of the Magna Carta (an appeal of Cardinal Hickory Creek).
The fourteen Knights around the round table with their shiny armor were great, kind, forward thinkers, environmentalist, farmers, citizens, land owners, residents, and a great representation of the people of Iowa county.
All the people surrounding the Round Table that night could not foresee the wonderful Knights of King Arthur's Round Table!
The Knights (or the Iowa County Supervisors) put it to a vote 14-2 at King Arthur's Round Table. . .A wonderful sight to see, for the people of Iowa County!!
The fourteen Knights of King Arthur's Round Table (or fourteen Iowa County Supervisors) with their shiny armor were magnificent! That night the People of the land, town, villages, and farmers applauded them!
Fourteen Knights (or Iowa County Supervisors) voting for this magna carta or (signing the appeal of CHC or Cardinal Hickory Creek), and the people could not help but sing for joy at the signing of this magna carter (or appeal of CHC).
We could say Chuck T. is Sir Lancelot and Frank is King Arthur and the supervisors of Iowa County and Allen P. are Knights of King Arthur. We cannot forget King Ekim, Queen Bee, and Queen Nelle who are you see on the side of Wicked Monarchy.
Praise goes to all of the presenters (Jean, Chuck, Allen P., Kate F., Greg, Kate C, Gloria B. and others) of Tuesday night and the supportive people that are going for the appeal of the decision of the Public Service Commissioners!
Thank you, Iowa County Supervisors, for thinking of the people of Iowa County, their health, land, water, air, tourism, environment, farms, villages, towns, cities, and their pocketbooks.
Dr. Gloria Belken and Lee Belken

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