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Letter: Keep it civil

Recently one of the longtime locals who were gathering signatures for the Base2 petition was verbally harassed and abused in front of City Market. Petitions are available outside City Market every day from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This senior lady was simply exercising her constitutionally protected rights. Yet she was brought almost to tears by a man who disagreed with her. I am sure this could not have been someone connected with Mark Hunt’s organization, as I know Hunt is a gentleman who would not countenance such a thing.

Maurice Emmer


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