Ireland school of government?
Dear Editor:I always thought DeVilbiss was fair and reasonable in his rulings on the bench. Now that he is going into politics, it looks as if he is going to fit right in with the local politicians.He starts off using lawyer’s tricks to abrogate the constitutional right of the people to petition the government for redress of grievances. Anything to separate the citizens from exercising direct governmental power. That is followed by pretending that urban sprawl and endless real estate development will protect and save the environment. He must have gone to the Ireland school of government.Richard GordonAspen
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