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Big Baller Brand hasn yet executed its plan of partnering with a larger company, but that didn slow the production of former UCLA star Lonzo Ball first signature basketball shoe.

The projected No. 2 pick in the upcoming NBA draft released a video via SLAM Magazine on Thursday introducing the ZO2 Prime, a shoe Ball said was independently produced by Big Baller Brand.

The shoes retail from $495 to $695. An autographed version of the shoes being sold on Big Baller Brand website is listed at $995.

The website states that the shoes are available for pre order to be shipped by Nov. 24, 2017.

up, my brothers and I talked about playing in the NBA one day, Ball told SLAM Magazine. always talked about having our own signature shoe now, here we are. this point, Big Baller Brand has only produced t shirts and hats but LaVar Ball, Lonzo father and the company founder, said it would produce a shoe before the 2017 18 basketball season.

Big Baller Brand is in search of a partnership with a company that will license its products, but it failed to reach a deal with Nike, Adidas or Under Armour.

Lonzo, LiAngelo, and LaMelo Ball have revolutionized Chino Hills basketball, winning CIF and State championships. The oldest brother, Lonzo, has won freshman of the year at UCLA. The youngest Ball brother, LaMelo, is a teenage sensation. Lavar Ball is the father who manages their basketball lives, while promoting their own brand Big Baller Brand. Video by Jonathan Khamis, for the Orange County Register.

LaVar Ball told ESPN on April 30 that it showed the three companies a prototype for his son signature shoe but none were willing to meeting the condition that the Big Baller Brand company name remain on its apparel.

By comparison, the most expensive version of Kevin Durant signature shoe, the KD 9 iD, is $195. James Harden Adidas Vol. 1 signature shoe retails for $140 and Stephen Curry Under Armour UA Curry3Zero is $119.99.

The most expensive Jordan Brand shoe is the $400 Air Jordan 5 Retro Premium.

Ball ZO2 Prime is a low cut, sleek black shoe with gold accents, a Big Baller Brand logo on the side of the shoe and a large ZO2 emblem the wraps around the back.

LaVar Ball told the Southern California News Group in April that he would continue to seek a partner for his company, but was prepared to continue growing Big Baller Brand independently,
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relying heavily on the growth of his three sons social media following.

boys, all three of them together have three million Instagram followers and if each one bought one T shirt that $50 million, LaVar Ball said. imagine when I put the shoe game in there. Worldwide I should be able to sell a million shoes. Guess what? There $200 million. (Nike, Adidas and Under Armour) are offering me $10 or $20 million when they making a billion. I sell the stuff myself and make that much. Ball led the nation in assists and helped UCLA to a 31 5 record as a freshman last season. He announced after UCLA season ending loss in the NCAA tournament regional semifinal on March 24 that he would enter in the NBA draft.

Middle brother LiAngelo Ball, who scored 72 points in a single game last season as a senior at Chino Hills High School, has signed a letter of intent with UCLA and will arrive in the fall. Youngest brother LaMelo Ball, who scored 92 points in a game last season as a sophomore at Chino Hills High, has verbally committed to UCLA.

Lonzo was offered an endorsement deal worth $100 million by either Nike, Adidas or Under Armour, according to LaVar Ball, but turned it down because the company wouldn license Big Baller Brand apparel. The release of the ZO2 Prime is the latest sign that the family isn going to alter their non traditional approach.

not the norm? Because normal is boring, Lonzo Ball told SLAM Magazine. the end of the day it up to us, the athletes. We push the culture forward, don let the culture push us. It up to us to put forward a movement that empowers not only ourselves, but our families and our communities as well. A movement that allows us to claim what is ours. Although we do not pre screen comments, we reserve the right at all times to remove any information or materials that are unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable to us, and to disclose any information necessary to satisfy the law, regulation,
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police confirmed an active barricade south of Rainbow Boulevard and Starr Avenue. However, police later said the incident started just before midnight.

SWAT and negotiators were at the scene communication with the person, police said.

Police said the call initiated as a suicidal person.

People in the area were evacuated, police said.

Starr Avenue was closed from Rainbow Boulevard to Buffalo Drive, police said. The person was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

Further details were not immediately released. Lt. Grant Rogers of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department on Sunday said due to the fact that this was a mental health related issue, no information about the individual’s name, residence or place of work will be released.

Downtown cab carjacker arrested in North Las Vegas after jumping on back of semiDowntown cab carjacker arrested in North Las Vegas after jumping on back of semiUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 6:12 PM EDT2018 03 11 22:12:15 GMT

A wild series of events on Saturday night led to a man’s arrest near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

A wild series of events on Saturday night led to a man’s arrest near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Las Vegas teen with autism found after going missing in east valleyLas Vegas teen with autism found after going missing in east valleyUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 9:43 PM EDT2018 03 12 01:43:49 GMT

Ronald Rucker, 14, went missing on March 10 after a medical episode (Bee Olivares / Facebook).

A Las Vegas teen with autism has been located after going missing since Saturday night in the east valley,
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according to his family.

A Las Vegas teen with autism has been located after going missing since Saturday night in the east valley, according to his family.

Former juvenile facility counselor charged with sexual misconductFormer juvenile facility counselor charged with sexual misconductUpdated: Saturday, March 10 2018 11:17 PM EST2018 03 11 04:17:16 GMT

Hannah Rose Fitzpatrick, 19, of Marion, Iowa, is charged with sexual misconduct with a youth offender in her custody. (WQAD via CNN Wire)

Hannah Rose Fitzpatrick, 19, of Marion, Iowa, is charged with sexual misconduct with a youth offender in her custody. (WQAD via CNN Wire)

A former youth counselor at an Iowa juvenile facility was arrested after she allegedly helped three juveniles escape and had sexual relations with one of them.
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Ed McMahon, who for nearly 30 years was Johnny Carson’s affable second banana on “The Tonight Show,” introducing it with his ringing trademark line, “Heeeeere’s Johnny!,” died early Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 86.

His publicist, Howard Bragman, said Mr. McMahon died at Ronald Reagan Medical Center of the University of California, Los Angeles, surrounded by his family. Mr. Bragman said Mr. McMahon had many health problems, including bone cancer and pneumonia, for which he had been hospitalized in February.

Mr. McMahon was one of the most recognizable men in America. With his broad, genial, regular guy features, he had the face of someone you would buy a used car from. Indeed, for decades he was one of television’s most ubiquitous pitchmen, selling everything from boats to beer. He also took a few acting roles and in later years was the host of the long running television talent show “Star Search” and wrote some popular books, including his memoirs.

But it was in the role of the faithful Tonto to Carson’s wry Lone Ranger that Mr. McMahon made his sideman’s mark. After he rolled out his introduction like a red carpet for the boss, and after Carson delivered his nightly monologue, Mr. McMahon, in jacket and tie, would take his seat on the couch beside the host’s desk, chat and banter with Carson a bit before the guests came on and almost invariably guffaw at his jokes, even when he was the butt of them. When the guests did arrive, he would slide over to make room and rarely interrupt.

“I laugh for an hour and then go home,” Mr. McMahon once said. “I’ve got the world’s greatest job.”

Off camera he and Carson were friends and occasional drinking buddies, although Mr. McMahon noted that Carson, who died in 2005, was not terribly social. “He doesn’t give friendship easily or need it,” he said. “He packs a tight suitcase.”

Mr. McMahon rarely ran the risk of upstaging Carson. “To me, he’s the star and I’m on the sidelines, just nudging him a bit,” he said. But early in their association he slipped up.

It happened one night when Carson was telling the audience about a study concluding that mosquitoes preferred to bite “warm blooded, passionate people.” Before Carson could deliver his punch line, Mr. McMahon slapped his own arm, as if crushing a mosquito. The audience roared. Carson coolly produced a giant can of insect spray from under his desk and said, glaring at Mr. McMahon, “I guess I won’t be needing this prop, will I?”

It was a rare flare up in an association that began in the late 1950s, when Carson was the host of the ABC comedy quiz show “Do You Trust Your Wife?” and Mr. McMahon was hired to announce the show and read the commercials. (The title was later changed to “Who Do You Trust?”) In 1962, when Carson moved to “The Tonight Show,” replacing Jack Paar, he took Mr. McMahon with him.

Mr. McMahon warmed up the studio audience, read commercials and served as Carson’s straight man until Carson left the show in 1992. Though Mr. McMahon sometimes projected the image of an amiable lush and got laughs for it, the cup that was always before him on “The Tonight Show” held only iced tea, he said. Years later, he said he had missed only three tapings in 30 years, because of colds or the flu.

Edward Leo Peter McMahon Jr. was born in Detroit on March 6, 1923. His father, a vaudevillian, had to move a lot to find work, and young Ed had attended 15 high schools by the time he was a senior.

As a boy in Bayonne, Mr. McMahon recalled, he dreamed of becoming an entertainer and did impersonations of stars, using a flashlight as his microphone and his dog, Valiant Prince, as his audience. He shined shoes, sold newspapers, dug ditches, sold peanuts, worked as an usher, labored on a construction gang and sold stainless steel cookware door to door.

At his request he spent his last high school years in Lowell, Mass., where his grandmother lived. By the time he was 18 he had been a traveling bingo announcer in New England and had sold a gadget called the Morris Metric Slicer to tourists on the Atlantic City Boardwalk and in Times Square. He also took elocution lessons at Emerson College in Boston.

Mr. McMahon enlisted in the Marine Corps toward the end of World War II and became a fighter pilot, but did not see combat. After his discharge he attended the Catholic University of America in Washington, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1949. He then landed a job at a Philadelphia radio station and began appearing on television as, among other things, a clown and the host of a cooking show.

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But his budding television career was interrupted when he was recalled into military service during the Korean War. He flew 85 combat missions in 15 months, winning six Air Medals, and remained active in the Marine Corps Reserve afterward.

Returning from the war, he resumed his television work in Philadelphia while traveling to New York hoping to break into network television. He also pursued a separate career as a businessman. By the time he made it as an announcer, he had acquired a stationery company, a company that made knickknacks, two television and film companies and a talent agency. He also speculated in real estate.

Even when he got his big break with Carson, he never let up on his business activities. Carson would tweak him about them on “The Tonight Show,” suggesting that after that night’s show was over, Mr. McMahon would be selling jams and jellies in the elevator.

Over the years Mr. McMahon became a paid spokesman for many products and companies, including Budweiser beer, Alpo dog food, Chris Craft boats, Texas Instruments, Breck shampoo, Sara Lee baked goods and Mercedes Benz. His name and photograph were fixtures on the form letters mailed by American Family Publishers announcing sweepstakes winners. He marketed his own brand of liquor, McMahon Perfect Vodka. Most recently, he and the rapper MC Hammer promoted a gold buying business called Cash4Gold. (In a commercial for the business during the Super Bowl this year, he spoofed himself with the line “Heeeeere’s money.”)

And for more than 40 years, Mr. McMahon appeared with Jerry Lewis on Mr. Lewis’s Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon over Labor Day Weekend. He did some film acting as well. Among the movies he appeared in were “The Incident” (1967), in which he played a passenger brutalized by young thugs on a New York subway train; “Slaughter’s Big Rip Off” (1973); and “Fun With Dick and Jane” (1977).

After leaving “The Tonight Show,” Mr. McMahon appeared in summer stock and kept his hand in television, appearing as a guest star on various series and taking supporting roles in television movies. For 12 years he was the host of the talent show “Star Search”; he joined Dick Clark on “TV’s Bloopers and Practical Jokes”; he was Tom Arnold’s sidekick on the short lived sitcom “The Tom Show.” For the USA Radio Network, he broadcast “Ed McMahon’s Lifestyles Live” weekly from his home.

There were books, too, most recently the best selling “Here’s Johnny! My Memories of Johnny Carson, the Tonight Show, and 46 Years of Friendship” (2005). Others were “For Laughing Out Loud: My Life and Good Times” (1998), written with David Fisher; “Ed McMahon’s Barside Companion” (1969); and “Here’s Ed, or How to Be a Second Banana, From Midway to Midnight” (1976).

Despite his many business ventures, Mr. McMahon encountered hard times in his last years. He faced foreclosure on his Beverly Hills mansion last year after falling behind in payments on $4.8 million in mortgages. In the end a deal was worked out allowing him to stay in his home, but he was also being sued over other debts.

Mr. McMahon, who appeared on “Larry King Live” with his wife, Pam, to discuss his financial problems, blamed two divorces, bad money management and bad investments for his woes. “I made a lot of money, but you can spend a lot of money,” he said by way of explanation.

He was plagued by health problems as well, undergoing a series of operations after breaking his neck in a fall in 2007.

Mr. McMahon married Alyce Ferrell during World War II. They were divorced in 1976. They had four children, Claudia, Michael, Linda and Jeffrey. His second marriage, to Victoria Valentine, in 1976, ended in divorce in 1989. They adopted a daughter, Katherine Mary McMahon. Mr. McMahon and his third wife, Pam Hurn, a fashion designer, were married in 1992, and Mr. McMahon adopted her son, Lex. His wife and children survive him.

Mr. McMahon regarded his friendship with Johnny Carson as a marriage of sorts. “Most comic teams are not good friends or even friends at all,” he wrote in “Here’s Johnny.” “Laurel and Hardy didn’t hang out together, Abbott and Costello weren’t best of friends.” But, he added, “Johnny and I were the happy exception.”

“For 40 years Johnny and I were as close as two nonmarried people can be,” he wrote. “And if he heard me say that, he might say, ‘Ed,
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Lord Kilclooney blasted for calling Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar ‘the Indian’The Ulster unionist Peer denied being racist, but later withdrew the comment because it had “caused upset and misunderstanding”11:54, 24 NOV 2017(Image: Getty Images Europe) Get politics updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAn Ulster unionist Peer has been blasted for referring to Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar as ‘the Indian’.The comment, made in a tweet last night, was branded racist by many.Lord John Kilclooney denied being racist, but later withdrew the comment because it had “caused upset and misunderstanding”.He blamed his choice of words on Twitters character limit and being unable to spell Varadkar’s name.Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar wears red ‘shamrock poppy’ in parliament to honour island’s war deadLord Kilclooney’s original tweet was 116 characters long, well within Twitter’s new 240 character limit. Furthermore, the words “the indian” are 10 characters long two more than Mr Varadkar’s name.The words “the PM” are just six characters long.Lord Kilclooney claimed to be confused about how to spell Mr Varadkar’s name, and wasn’t sure if it was spelled “Veradkar”.But prior to his controversial tweet, he had tweeted the correct spelling of the Irish PM’s name on at least eight occasions, including in a tweet posted just four hours earlier. He had never used the incorrect spelling.Mr Varadkar was born in the Republic of Ireland and is of Indian heritage.The original tweet referred to Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney, who he said was “stirring things up. Very dangerous non statesman like role! Clearly hoping to undermine the Indian.”Lord Kilclooney is a former Ulster Unionist Party MP, but left the party to sit in the House of Lords as a crossbench peer.Gun crimeHeartbreaking hospital picture of eight month old baby shot in the leg and arm with 30 pelletsBaby John Doyle was hit with a hail of pellets as his family put up a Christmas tree at their home in Dublin
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NBA prospect Lonzo Ball and his loudmouthed dad, LaVar, hopped on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night, and while LaVar predictably did most of the talking, Lonzo managed to show that making absurd claims is a family tradition.

LaVar, who said in March that in his prime he’d “kill Michael Jordan one on one,” doubled down on the silliness as Kimmel’s guest. That prompted the host to turn the question to the 19 year old guard out of UCLA.

“Could you beat Michael Jordan?” Kimmel asked. “I’m not talking about in his prime, I’m talking about right now.”

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“Right now? Yes,” Lonzo nodded.

Lonzo Ball (left) hasn’t played a minute in the NBA, but said he could take on a 54 year old Michael Jordan. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images; Elsa/Getty Images)

“He’ll beat anybody 50 years old,” LaVar added.

There’s no doubt that Lonzo, who’s projected to be a top two pick in this month’s NBA draft, would have a better shot at beating a 54 year old Jordan than his dad would.

After all, LaVar, who never played pro basketball, averaged 2.2 points and 2.3 rebounds for Washington State University in 1987 88. Jordan, who is widely considered the greatest player of all time, led the NBA with 35 points per game that same season with the Bulls.
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EAST MOLINE Adam White is 2 for 2 on the Quad City Amateur Tour this summer.

For the second time in as many events in which he has played, the former St. Ambrose University golf standout walked away with a championship. On Sunday, White capped a relatively even keel trek to the Short Hills Amateur title at the par 72 East Moline country club.

By hitting 16 greens in regulation each day, White carded rounds of 71 71 142, which was three shots better than Mike Wuertz (74 71 145). Neither of those two, though, are QCAm Tour members this year. That left the title points going to third place finisher Dusty Drenth (77 71 148), who topped Ryan Sergeant (77 72 149) and Dave Schurke (71 78 149). Sergeant’s even par round was hardly as smooth as White’s finale. Sergeant had six birdies and an eagle to go with five pars, five bogeys and a triple bogey.

It appears as if Drenth and Sergeant will come up just short of earning the QCAm Tour sponsored spot in the upcoming John Deere Classic qualifier. That spot goes to the player with the best two finishes on Tour up to this point in the three events that have been contested. Former Bettendorf High School standout Matt Solis, who was second to Sergeant in points at the Quad City Amateur and won the Silvis Open, should be in line for that spot. He will join David Lawrence, last year’s QCAm Tour Player of the Year, in the pre qualifier on July 5 at Pinnacle Country Club, Milan.

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If that is the case, he surely is going out on top, winning on two courses he knows very well Short Hills and Emeis, the latter serving as SAU’s home track.

“It’s always nice to win at your home course,” said White, in his third year as a Short Hills member after his 2009 SAU graduation. “Those are two of my favorite courses in the Quad Cities.”

White said that the familiarity factor was key in his round that was comprised of two bogeys in his opening nine of 38 and three birdies coming home for a 33.

“It helped out a lot,” said White. “With a lot of the pins they had, there were sides of the hole you want to be and sides you didn’t want to be. They play similar pins every tournament, so you have an idea of where you want to be. It helps out a lot.”

Seniors division: Mike Long took advantage of being home to win the Short Hills Am Seniors Flight title. And it had nothing to do with a home course advantage. Long was just happy to be home after a week long work trip to California that ended with him getting back to the Quads late Friday night.

“Maybe that slowed me down,” joked the 57 year old field rep for TaylorMade/Adidas. “It slowed down my brain. I didn’t have many expectations.”

For Long, it was a case of finally closing out a victory. He has held the midway lead a number of times the last few years and not been able to finish on Sunday. On Sunday, he left little doubt, tying for the day’s best senior flight score of 2 over 74 for a two day 152 total.

For his first QCAm Tour victory since last year’s CIPCO Am played at Palmer Hills and Crow Valley Golf Club, Long carded four birdies to offset two double bogeys and two bogeys.
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Trunnis Goggins, longtime owner of Skateland, who closed every skating session by saying, “Yes baby, it’s time to go home,” died Tuesday in Buffalo General Medical Center after a long illness. He was 79.

“That’s what he always would say, and now that is what he did. He went home,” said daughter Marina White. “He was a character.”

Mr. Goggins, who opened Skateland in the early 1960s at 1300 Main St., could often be found at the rink spinning old school records, his daughter said. He also hired live entertainment to perform at the rink, bringing in big acts like Gladys Knight, James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Dionne Warwick.

“His business was his life, and he was a brilliant businessman,” said daughter Terasa Gipson.

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But his star really shone for his skating rinks.

After closing his first skating rink on Main Street, he opened New Skateland Arena on East Ferry Street. The rink was located on the first floor. On the second floor was the Vermillion Room, a night club that invited patrons to “go up to get down.”

Mr. Goggins was a fixture at the club. “He would often sit at the bar with his customers engaged in conversation over a glass of J Scotch Whisky,” White said. “He made people laugh. He loved to tell stories. He was a philosopher. He held the key to life.”

Mr. Goggins collected sports cars and classic foreign cars. He also liked the sport of boxing.

He is survived by his wife, the former Susan A. Greene; two sons, Trunnis II and David; four daughters, Terasa Gipson, Salina Lebris, Anita Goggins and Marina White; two brothers, Douglas and Exirtis; and three sisters, Priscilla Bonds, Sarah Pittman and Lorraine Williams.
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In an unprecedented effort to ease hostilities between Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury and Commissioner Loretta Smith, the two elected officials met over the weekend for nearly two hours to try and smooth out their differences.

The meeting addressed long building tensions that erupted publicly at the end of a Dec. 21 public meeting of the county board with Kafoury whispering an epithet at Smith, sparking subsequent calls for the chair resignation.

On Sunday, the two elected officials spoke for nearly two hours at a caf in North Portland. The next day, on Monday, Kafoury issued a statement calling the discussion with Smith “really positive,” adding, “I was able to apologize to her in person and ask her to join me in moving forward. I spent a lot of time since Dec. 21 reflecting on my remark and its impact. . I want to thank Commissioner Smith for her openness.”

Smith, for her part, could not be reached to comment on the meeting on Monday, but in a prepared statement she suggested more work was needed, saying that she still hoped the two could have a “mediated conversation” to continue their “work towards a more professional and productive relationship.”

Staff for the two officials had traded messages discussing the idea before the Dec. 21 meeting, but it never came to pass.

Public clash

At the Dec. 21 meeting, Smith was hammering on a theme she raised on multiple occasions this year raising concerns about top down “institutional racism” that she indicated was coming from Kafoury office the chair talked over Smith, saying “you’re done,” gaveled the meeting to a close and whispered what sounded like “you a b before walking out of the room. A D V E R T I S I N G Continue reading below

Following the meeting, Smith sent out a press release calling the epithet racially charged. She told the Portland Tribune that nothing she’d said in the meeting “justifies her calling me the b word,” adding that if disagreement justifies that reaction, “then we’re going to be calling each other the b word every week.”

Kafoury then kicked off last week board meeting by apologizing publicly, calling her own behavior “unprofessional and disrespectful” and calling on Smith to join her in agreeing to disagree “without mudslinging or name calling.” She said she also had phoned Smith shortly after swearing at her, to apologize.

Smith was home sick for the Jan. 4 meeting. But Kafoury public apology drew mixed reviews from about two dozen people, including employees and allies of Smith, who testified to express their disapproval of the incident, several calling for the chair resignation.

The disagreement and efforts to smooth it over has political implications for 2018.

The tensions came even as scrutiny has been escalating of Smith, with some campaign finance reform activists calling for the commissioner resignation. A D V E R T I S I N G Continue reading below

That because Smith launched her campaign for a seat on the Portland City Council last fall despite a county charter provision that prohibits running for another office in the middle of a county commissioner term. Smith, for her part, says the county told her actions were lawful as long as she didn file before January of this year.

In recent weeks, Kafoury and three other members of the county board publicly expressed a desire to consider a new rule that would clarify the county charter and what constitutes prohibited mid term campaigning. Such a discussion could be uncomfortable for Smith, raising further questions about her campaign.

Testimony blasts Kafoury

The testimony at Thursday board meeting, however, moved the spotlight to Kafoury.

Kenneth Doswell called the chair use of the b word “as insulting as it was racist,” adding that it “demonstrates you not fit to serve either as chair or as a member of this commission . you should tender your resignation.” A D V E R T I S I N G Continue reading below

Another person who testified, Chuck Crockett, said her apology was not genuine, and he had decided to run against Kafoury in her bid for reelection, saying “that is how deep you have cut our community.”

Others who testified, including former Senator Margaret Carter and Pastor Matt Hennessee, expressed disappointment but said they accepted Kafoury apology.

Alicia Byrd, an African American county library employee, testified that Kafoury actions undermined trust in initiatives launched recently by county officials to tackle workforce equity and to improve the handling of bias complaints at the county.

Byrd said the chair treatment of Smith mirrored her experience as an employee.

“As a black person, you are expected to go along. When you express a divergent view, you are ignored you are ridiculed and you are dismissed . and that is not acceptable,” she said. A D V E R T I S I N G Continue reading below

In a statement Monday, Smith said that although a text circulated in the community before the meeting saying she was requesting people come to the meeting in support of her, she didn’t write it.

“Members of the community turned out because they were outraged by the treatment they witnessed of an African American woman leader,” she said, adding that “Indeed I specifically directed my staff NOT to testify.”

Hope for closer ties

The issue under discussion at the Dec. 21 meeting had been Kafoury decision to name the county chief operating officer, Marissa Madrigal, as her alternate should the chair be incapacitated.

Smith had questioned whether putting a civil servant in that position created a conflict of interest, while portraying the chair office as driving discrimination. A D V E R T I S I N G Continue reading below

Even before that meeting was gaveled to a close, relations between Smith and Kafoury had frayed significantly last year after Kafoury hired an outside consultant to review complaints made by Smith staff that the commissioner had been abusive to them, including inappropriate language. Smith calls the investigaton “politically and personally motivated.”
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