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In his letters about the Meredith Library, Juve displays an impressive imagination

To The Daily Sun,

I live in Meredith. I am aware of the many reasons why the library has voted to move the library to the nearest, best location for our town. They mailed out a flyer informing the public about why they had made their decision.

All I can say about Mr. Juve's accusations about secret conspiracies and underhanded politics in regards to the necessary moving of the Meredith library is that it seems like the work of an overactive imagination.

I suggest Mr. Juve take up fiction writing. Maybe his friends can help him with plot construction. With all that is going on with domestic and foreign terrorism I am sure both the FBI and the CIA would be incredibly interested in this plot by the library board trustees. Quick, call them and waste more taxpayers' money. After all, fictional lives are at stake.

I really have to suggest that Mr. Juve use his fertile imagination and elaborate writing style to write what he clearly cares so much about... a book.
L.M. Clemas

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New Hampshire truly is a great place to live

To The Daily Sun,

Here is a response to Todd Welch's letter of Aug.18. I was driving South on I-93 and entered the Hooksett Tolls. When I went to hand the toll collector my $1, he told me that the car in front had paid my toll. I was a little surprised. I say little because this has happened to my wife and I four of five times in the past few years.

This is the unusual part. I have driven from Maine to Texas, up and down the East Coast, as well as thru Germany, France, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland and even tiny Luxembourg and never, ever had this happen before, anywhere else.

The next thing you are probable wondering, what did you do next, cheapo? Well, of course at the next toll, when there was actually someone behind me, I paid it forward and paid his toll as well. The last time I did this it was for a Massachusetts driver, who raced up and gave me a big grin and a thumbs up.

New Hampshire truly is a great place to live and little kindnesses like these show me it is a civilized place as well.

Martin Kearney

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