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America - awake before it’s too late

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To The Editor:
The federal government recently announced that it was giving the state of Arizona $25 million to build a bridge to help protect an endangered species. Problem is, the endangered species is the red squirrel and not the endangered citizens of Arizona. Washington has declared war on them for daring to try to defend themselves from an alien invasion. If only they were red squirrels instead. The situation in parts of Arizona has indeed become dire as two of their southern counties are now part of the Mexican narco state, being overrun with drug runners, human smugglers and executioners armed with automatic weapons.


Canned goods donations welcome

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To The Editor:
This year’s Shandaken Day event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 28 at the Glenbrook Park on Route 42 in Shandaken.

The Phoenicia Rotary, which will have a booth at this year’s event, would like to request that anyone attending this event, please consider bringing a non-perishable item to drop off at their booth, as a donation to the town’s food pantry.


E.O. England should run for office

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To The Editor:
I am writing to respond to a letter to the editor by E.O. England. It was printed in your July 28 edition.

E.O. is entitled to his opinions but E.O. is not entitled to make up facts.


Parking problems annual occurrence

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To The Editor:
No parking signs, re: Kathie Miller’s letter in last week’s paper, are just ornaments in Fleischmanns. There won’t be any enforcement right now over the summer.  It is an annual summer occurrence.
 
Nothing will be done about the traffic problem there until after the fall season begins and the road opens up again.


Different view of the Constitution

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To The Editor:     
The current attitude that the U.S. Constitution is a living document, and by this, the word twisters mean subject  “to their current interpretation” is an obvious example of he who defines, controls. Subtle, but relentless, propaganda has done much to undermine the meaning of words. The reason you see so many older people criticizing things today is that they have the advantage of experiencing America before this country’s down slide.


Misleading story on Scenic Byway

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As chairman of the Central Catskills Collaborative, I was sorry to see that you printed the highly misleading piece regarding the Collaborative in last week’s issue of the Catskill Mountain News.


Dangerous parking in Fleischmanns

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To The Editor:
The troopers do their job and give out many tickets. I wonder why no tickets have been given out to the people who, on a daily basis, park where there is a sign in full view “No Parking Any Time.”


Sentiments nice, but check the facts

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To The Editor:
I am writing in response to Mr. & Mrs. David Amundsen’s letter in the August 4 Catskill Mountain News.
I was in no way forced out of my job at MCS. I chose to retire due to health reasons and age. I appreciate Mr. & Mrs. Amundsen’s concern however, I wish they had checked the facts before writing their letter.

Ada M. Harke,
Fleischmanns


Dangerous parking in Fleischmanns

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To The Editor:
The troopers do their job and give out many tickets. I wonder why no tickets have been given out to the people who, on a daily basis, park where there is a sign in full view “No Parking Any Time.”


Tea Party Patriots a misleading name

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To The Editor:


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