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Episode 16 – Sheriff Jerry, Nicole Barde & Jim Hindle

The Storey Teller
The Storey Teller
Episode 16 - Sheriff Jerry, Nicole Barde & Jim Hindle

Episode 16 – Sheriff Jerry, Nicole Barde & Jim Hindle

In this podcast, I talk about the change in the Status Quo and the Good ‘ol Boy network and how the political landscape is absolutely going to change this November. The question in everyone’s mind is how much that landscape will change.

Both Jay Carmona and Nicole Barde represent a clear and unmistakeable break from the status quo. The question before the voters in November will be just what type of change will we have. Both candidates are outside the sphere of influence we are used to. But the question remains, which candidate is more qualified to lead us to where the County is heading in the years to come.

This is a tricky question and can only be answered by research. For those of you who have never met Ms. Barde or have not talked to her in great length about details of things, this show will introduce you to her and give you a chance to hear her in her own voice talk about an issue that concerns our C street shopkeepers.

Sheriff Jerry, Nicole Barde and Jim Hindle discuss the business climate on C Street. In this conversation, they talk about why the merchants are frustrated with how the marketing of the town is done and what the merchants are doing to solve the problems they perceive to be taking place.

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About Sam Toll

Sam Toll is a native of Gold Hill and returned home in 2016 after 35 years in the Sacramento Valley. He enjoys old cars and loud music. And writing.

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