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Opinion: A Letter of Thanksgiving



With the blessing of Thanksgiving on the horizon, this could be a column of all the things we are thankful for. However, it would take up endless pages of this newspaper for me to get my first 'Thank you' out.

Instead, I will try to tackle two issues of the day. I am still of the mindset that th...

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  1. Since you’re so close to him…Ask him where the missing credit card receipts are, why he used stolen valor on his Home Depot purchase, why his administration fights so hard to show transparency while constantly claiming total transparency, why he was ignorant on state laws concerning credit card use, why he lied about threats on his life to get the city decal removed from the SUV that he overspent 15k of the taxpayers money on and why he believes he is above the procurement policy that is currently in place that he failed to follow? You won’t get solid answers because he is a politician that has learned to play the tap dance game when asked questions that need truthful answers…

  2. Very comforting knowing you have the fire chiefs back with that tv remote, I always have to walk next door and ask my neighbors six year old. Blessed are those that want to reward bad behavior, they shall be known as ENABLERS

  3. Mr. Meyers, you’re a welcomed voice in our community. I remember the days when I would cringe at some of Phil Kent’s topics, and then applaud his insight on other occasions. It’s all about balance. You’re a good, balanced editorialist. Many thanks, and happy holidays!

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