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Preserving the past for the good of our future

 


Trading a multi-generational play field, part of the fabric of our “historical” waterfront community, for a housing development, located next to a busy arterial, is not a good deal!

I acknowledge and appreciate the countless hours logged in by the town officials on this complicated issue.

However, in my opinion, these efforts were spurious and not in the best interests of the community.

Public officials, whether elected or appointed, have a fiduciary responsibility to the citizenry they represent. In other words they are charged with deferring their own personal interests for the gre...



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