I’m confused here. Why is it government has to appoint a nonpolitical, advisory board with zero power, to work on animal issues? Why did that even come up? The county has no money. What part of that are you confused on? Any recommendations are going to have to be ignored, because of budget issues. So people get their feelings hurt that the county said no to yet another useless board. Let’s see, there was a governance committee that spent a year working hard on coming up with a district scenario for county commissioners. In the end, their recommendation was ignored by voters. So why do that again with animals?