Oh, no, it was all a mixup. Well, no, that’s a good thing. It was just such a good laugh…
Anyway, last week I told you about a rumor that we are shutting down..we are NOT. Turns out it’s one of the other weeklies, one of the real estate books that is no longer publishing because the person is retiring.
Congratulations to you on your retirement. I hope I get to do that some day.
We have a couple of corrections and a clarification in this week’s issue. Mr. Collasius insists he never asked for his tree to be taken down, he always just asked for it to be evaluated, and I interjected that little tidbit into last week’s candidates night story. I guess I remembered it wrong. Did I go back and look to parse out all the words he ever said on it? Nah…See his letter on page 18 and decide for yourself.
This is the last issue before we vote on Monday. Even though we added pages for the last few weeks, we still had trouble getting it all in here. Lots of activity this election season. I hope we were able to get you the information you needed to make an informed decision. This week we have the School Committee candidates. I don’t like to run contested election info on the last week before the election, but this year, I just had no choice. See page 13 for that.
We also have an interesting cover story this week. People have been wondering what’s going on at the old project and why it has been halted.
There’s plenty of other stuff in here, of course, including three pages of letters to the editor…and we still had to refuse a couple that came in too far past deadline. See page 18 for the start of those.
Please take your time and look at the ads of the various candidates, too, this week. They have taken the time to craft a message, so be sure to read them.
There’s also a link to the candidates night at the end of the story that starts on page 13. You can view that night, in part or in full at your leisure if you have a smart phone or a computer.
Things are starting to open up, too, so stay tuned for more outdoor activities to pick up. Meanwhile, check out pages 5, 6, 7 for events still happening and those canceled.
Until next week then, see ya
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