Letters to the Editor

  • Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Election babble

Dear Editor:

Itís 11:40 a.m. Monday morning after the primaries, the sun is shining and thereís not a drop of rain in sight. Do you know where your construction workers for Dorchester Road might be? During a leisurely drive of the 5 mile project, there were none, nada, zilch. However, there were five pieces of idle equipment. I guess that is something we need to celebrate.

Where is the candidate outrage?

Oh, well, just another example of campaign smoke and mirrors to get elected. We didnít really expect anything different, did we?

S. M. Salmon



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