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Kamenetz delays, county residents pay [Letter]

As one of those impacted by Baltimore County's unwillingness to pay a judgment against it for the overcharging some police department retirees for their health benefits, I believe that County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has the responsibility to comply with the court's order ("Judge orders Kamenetz to appear in court in police union dispute," April 22). The delays will result in the county incurring additional cost, and it will come from the county's general fund and not from Mr. Kamenetz's pocket.

Roger Sheets

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