Clallam County Commissioner Bill Peach should put up or shut up, according to county Treasurer Selinda Barkhuis.
first-term commissioner publicly suggested Barkhuis has acted criminally in her
ongoing dispute with commissioners.
was unequivocal in his criticism of Barkhuis at a June 23 commissioners
would like to officially state that her behavior is unacceptable, she has
broken the law and that I won’t tolerate this,” he said without elaboration.
July 22, Barkhuis emailed Peach demanding an explanation.
said she did not receive a response.
an Aug. 10 work session, Peach said Barkhuis’ actions are “not the behavior of
a rational individual.”
Peninsula Daily News interview later that day, Peach suggested she broke the
law by refusing to honor the warrants.
attorney, David Alvarez, said “Personal
attacks are a distraction from the legal issues being debated here.”
did not return repeated calls for comment Friday that were left at his home,
office and cellphone.
Chairman Dim King Jim McEntire would not comment on Peach’s allegations of illegality on
would he comment directly on Alvarez’s assertion that personal attacks divert
attention from more important issues.
would I love to respond to that,” Dim King Jim said.
Isn't it WONDERFUL to have adults in charge?