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This is just more proof of left-wing mainstream medai bias

To The Daily Sun,

Wow! Can you believe the mainstream media and CNN? Ben Carson, according to them, said he was offered a scholarship to West Point. Not an appointment mind you but a scholarship. Does any reader know the difference, I don't? Both, in this context, are free educations, so? So with the media obsession on this I think it's time again to ask just how Obama got into Columbia? All his records are still sealed; why is that? Did the media even ask about that seven years ago? Did CNN? No, and why not?

This is more proof of left-wing, mainstream media bias. They exposed that clearly at the last Republican debate and again now. Their excuse they say is Carson lies, yet when Hillary proved herself a serial liar at the Benghazi hearing what was the media response? Ho hum!

Anyone die as result of Carson saying scholarship instead of appointment? Did it cost tax payers one red cent?

What a farce! Just proves you can't trust today's media or liberal Democrats.

Steve Earle

Hill

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Overwhelming size & impact of the proposed buildings is the issue

To The Daily Sun,

In response to your article of Nov. 4 regarding efforts by Shep Brown's Boat Basin to store more boats in large buildings and treat boat-wash water, the thrust of the neighborhoods' concern has certainly not been the necessary and desirable treatment of wash water, but, the overwhelming size and impact of the buildings proposed.

Already, Brown's has three enormous buildings out of scale to the surroundings, visible from the islands and from miles away on the lake.
It is this concern for those surroundings which are cherished by the residents that we have called for, among other remedies, a comprehensive review of the proposed buildings under the mandatory requirements of Meredith's Architectural Design Review Ordinance.

Once a 38-foot high, 80-foot long box building is on the ground and so highly visible, that genie cannot be put back in the bottle as the current enormous buildings on the site demonstrate.

We would hope that all our New Hampshire residents would want sensitivity from their Planning Boards when the aesthetic effect on their homes, the value of their property and safety of those using the roads is being unnecessarily compromised.

Bill Wuester
Meredith

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