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Letter: Serve us rather than police us

I believe in following rules. But City Council exercised simple common sense by permitting Creperie du Village to bend the rules and retain its awnings.

There’s something wrong with city staff. They don’t exercise common sense. They closed the locals-serving Wells Fargo drive-through based on a flimsy excuse about idling cars (how about the cars idling to get into and out of town?). Now they don’t want to let the creperie make its guests more comfortable.

The culture in city hall must change. Staff must be trained to serve the citizens, not police us. Who’s going to do that?

Maurice Emmer


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