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PENINSULA LETTERS: Voting smarter, indeed

Once again I’m baffled by one of Mr. Gagnon’s letters (PNR letters, July 11). Is he implying that the homeowners of Sidney are OK with picking up the slack in the town coffers if the business taxes are reduced.

This homeowner (and many others I have talked to) are certainly not in favor of this idea.

So, I applaud Mr. Lougher-Goodey for his comments and I, like Mr. Gagnon, will also be voting smarter this coming election.

Cliff Fuller

Sidney

 

 

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