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Glenn's been relentless protecting tax dollars from waste & abuse

To The Daily Sun,

I am writing this letter in support of Glenn Cordelli for state representative in Concord.

I've known Glenn for a number of years and have found him to always be truthful and willing to stick to his principles, rare qualities in politics today. Glenn is a strong defender of personal rights and responsibilities and has respect for people. He has enough respect for people to believe that adult citizens should be trusted to have enough judgment and intelligence to know what is good for themselves, their families and their communities. After all, isn't that the foundation of government by the people?

Glenn has also been relentless in protecting your tax dollars, protecting them from waste and abuse. He also believes, as I do, in open and transparent government and that the laws and rules should be the same for everyone.

Please join me in voting for Glenn Cordelli on Election Day. It will help preserve your freedom to choose and to protect what is good for your family, your town, our county and our state.

Josh Bartlett

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In the future, I hope Forest Society will communicate its plans

To The Daily Sun,

I want to thank The Sun for covering the logging at Weeks Woods and to all who wrote in.

I understand and support the techniques needed to protect and manage conserved land, including logging for forest rejuvenation and diversifying habitat. I am absolutely thrilled at all the great amount of work that has been done to make this property usable once again after being informed the project was completely finished. The trails have now been smoothed and cleaned up, boulders and piles of gravel and sawdust have been removed, large holes have been filled in, bridges constructed and signage and cairns have been placed to keep people from getting lost.

Thank you so much to the SPNH for doing this. Weeks Woods is a great place to enjoy again. I am glad that some foresters from the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests will hold a walk-through and information session about what was done and why in Weeks Woods in October.

I hope, in the future, they will communicate their plans and gather feedback before the fact. It might prevent a lot of concerns and misunderstandings. Thank you to all the organizations and individuals who care about and work for our precious land resources.
Sandy McLaughlin

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