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The Basalt queen doth protest too much

Thanks are due to Bennett Bramson for requesting civility on the Basalt Community Page (“Censorship or civility?”, May 3, 2017, The Aspen Times).

Is the Mary Kenyon referred to in the article the same Mary Kenyon who thought she knew every voter in the town of Basalt and because she didn’t recognize some showing up to vote claimed election fraud? Is this the same Mary Kenyon who for a time was in charge of the Basalt Green Team and whose lack of energy and direction resulted in nothing being accomplished during her tenure?

Who died and made her queen?



Gerry Terwilliger

Basalt


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