We have heard many voices in regard to the future of the Chautauqua County Home.
But there is one person who has been unusually silent regarding what will happen to the historic facility: Timothy Hellwig. As administrator for the Home, Hellwig has been quiet through much of the process while answering questions of some county legislators who ask.
But as the leader for the Home, doesn't the public need to hear from him what he thinks moving forward?
We have heard from legislators. We have heard from the workers, and even from the community.
But no Hellwig, who is compensated more than $128,000 annually in his position.
The top manager of the facility must have an opinion. Why is it not being shared publicly or in Legislature meetings?