To the Editor:I am not sure if you are able to help me or not but I thought I would try.On Nov. 19 my son was out hunting at the Montezuma Refuge. He had a large storage bin in the back of his truck that contained almost all of his hunting gear. The bin fell out of the truck. He went back to look for it, and it was gone. This was all in about a 15-minute time frame. He looked for it most of the day. We have contacted Montezuma Wildlife Refuge and it has not been turned in.
To the Editor:I can't believe the Seneca Falls Town Board thinks it is OK to raise the tax rate as high as they have for 2018! I understand the infrastructure work needs to be done. Maybe extend it over two years and don't use so much of the money from Seneca Meadows in one year. I wonder how many in Seneca Falls are OK with this happening. The board can just vote themselves and do that? Ridiculous, of course. I'm sure the taxes will go back down after that infrastructure is updated.
Trump has issues, but Bush started downward turnTo the Editor:In a recent speech the 43rd president alluded to Donald Trump on several occasions. In one part he said, “We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism.” Elsewhere he remarked, “bullying and prejudice in our public life provides permission for cruelty and bigotry.” I do not accept this as a serious rebuke of Trump. Trump may be an incompetent egomaniac, but he is no George W. Bush.
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Selecting a term
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