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Letter: Truth in government

We were told that the consideration of the new design for the Mill Street and Main Street intersection going from four lanes to three lanes was that the wider lanes were safer. Now we are being told the new design for the Castle Creek bridge that has even narrower lanes is for safety. That fits right in with Mick Ireland’s essay on truth (or the lack of it), politicians and government. Truth will never be cited for overtime parking in the halls of local government.

Edward Sanditen


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