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Commissioner Tony Anderson Calls for Termination of County Administrator Quinn Robertson

Walton County Commissioner Tony Anderson has officially placed a motion on the agenda for the upcoming Tuesday meeting to consider the termination of County Administrator Quinn Robertson. This decisive action follows a period of intensifying scrutiny over Robertson's leadership capabilities, culminating in a controversial incident that has captured public attention.

Recent developments have surfaced involving a viral video that depicts Quinn Robertson at the Eagle Springs Country Club, a county-run establishment, where he is seen purchasing drinks for three female subordinate employees using his personal card. The video, which has garnered over 10,000 views on YouTube, shows Robertson engaging in nearly three hours of socialization with the employees, followed by their departure in a county vehicle.

This incident has raised significant concerns among Walton County residents, sparking a debate on the appropriateness of such behavior, especially during county time. Public records confirm the purchase of eight drinks by Robertson, corroborated by security footage from the club. The viral nature of the video has led to widespread public outcry, with citizens questioning the ethical implications of such actions by a high-ranking county official.

One citizen's comment encapsulates the community's sentiment: "The commissioners need to decide whether drinking on county time is permissible. Failing to take action against Quinn Robertson would be tantamount to endorsing this behavior."

The Walton County Board of County Commissioners has faced various accusations of misconduct in the past, casting a shadow over its reputation. The upcoming decision regarding Quinn Robertson represents a pivotal moment in the history of Walton County government, offering a chance for the Board to demonstrate its commitment to ethical leadership and restore public trust.

Commissioner Anderson's motion signals a potential turning point, underscoring the gravity of the situation and the Board's responsibility to uphold the highest standards of conduct in county governance.

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