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Niel Young

To the editor: For many years I have urged the voters and taxpayers to believe that all levels of government are in need of “eternal vigilance”. Just in the past few days we have witnessed the beginning of local politics at their worst — and I don’t think it will end until those who believe they are all powerful get their way with the continuance of a city council — and school board — that will spend without concern for those who cannot afford higher tax bills. How many years have I ...

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Christy Cunningham

To the editor, One can only hope that when selecting the replacement for Fred Toll to represent the voters of Ward 3 on City Council, councilors will keep in mind where Mr. Toll stood on the issues and the support he had from the people living in his ward. Twice elected, Fred Toll was a strong advocate for the environment, and an equally strong proponent of public education. His values were a reflection of his neighborhood, and were apparent not only in how he exercised his vote on ...

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