Letters to the editor: February 10, 2023

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Mike Colvin - I’ll keep saying this until I’m blue in the face. These are the decisions you get from a group of unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats. Not only do they get to make decisions about someone else’s livelihood, someone else’s finances, and the livelihood and finances of all of the supporting businesses and employees that would result from this project going forward.

And if that is not bad enough it takes those types of decisions out of the hands of the truly elected and accountable bureaucrats that ARE accountable and can face consequences. It’s not unlike a congressional blue ribbon committee so that congressmen and women can keep their hands clean.

It’s a bad system that picks winners and losers based on their opinions or ideals.

And I will keep bringing up this stellar decision the historic committee made for a landlord just trying to keep an affordable rental on the market.


And for the record, I’m against having the hotel go in on 3rd, I think it’s too big.


What? The Red Fox Bakery is no longer? I missed that and I'm so sad to hear this! ::(

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