Sunday, January 26, 2014

PEOPLE WHO ARE PISSED OFF IN NEVADA OVER THE SALE OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS WHEN YOU GET TO MINNESOTA I HAE A LIST OF ADDRESSES OF PEOPLE WHO YOU WILL WANT TO VISIT

CARI KRENIK A WOMEN WHO IS VIOLENT AGAINST PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND CHILDREN. SHE HAS BEHAVIORAL ISSUES THAT ARE THE EQUIVELANT OF PEOPLE DIAGNOSED WITH PERSONALITY DISORDERS

SALLY SCHROER - A WOMEN WHO HAS A HISTORY OF  VIOLENCE AGAINST PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND CHILDREN. SHE HAS BEHAVIORAL ISSUES THAT ARE THE EQUIVELANT OF PEOPLE DIAGNOSED WITH PERSONALITY DISORDERS

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THESE TWO WORKERS TOTALED  68 OUT OF 100 PERSONALITY DISORDER TRAITS

THEY CAN BE FOUND IN THE BASEENT OF THE COURTHOUSE IN LE CENTER

Department Description:
The Mission of the Le Sueur County Department of Human Services is to assist residents of Le Sueur County to maintain and enhance their quality of life and increase their opportunities for self-sufficiency and independence. We also offer a special service to any mentally unstable childless couple related to our county attorneys and comissioners. If you would like a child please cruise the lower income part of town and pick a child you would like tax payers to flip the bill for and we will send in SallySchroer child abdution speialis, to break in and grab the child  of your choice.  We are agressive in grabbing the child if the parent cannot afford a car. These people can be seen arriving at the court house on foot (Sally Schroer)or are walking all over town making themselves seen(Vitor Atherton) 

Department Head:
  Susan Rynda


Contact Information:
  Le Sueur County Human Services
  88 South Park Ave.
  Le Center, MN 56057
  Phone(507) 357-8288



LeSueur County Human Services asks for Public Input on the use of funds under the Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) as required by state and federal laws. We are currently preparing our MFIP biennial service agreements for 2012-2013 and welcome your comments, concerns, and feedback on how the funds should be utilized. Please contact Human Services Director Susan Rynda at 507-357-8515 to share your ideas. Public participation is encouraged and appreciated.