Voting to put a debt exclusion on the November 2nd ballot is a big step; unfortunately a misstep.
This November’s election is a referendum on the White
House, Capitol Hill and Beacon. It comes in the midst of nine-plus percent unemployment and the worst economic recession in most people’s memory. Hill
That’s quite a backdrop for asking voters for more money. “Let the people decide,” it was said during the discussion at last Thursday’s board of selectmen meeting. They will do that, for sure. You betcha.
Why didn’t we go after the roof installer when the 20-year roofs failed in seven?