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City manager talks about park policy

July 16, 2013

A legal recommendation to treat everyone equally was the driving force behind Warren taking over the electric bill at General Joseph Warren Park that had previously been paid by a veterans group....

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Jimmy1

Jul-16-13 9:58 AM

All the excuses in the world won't make this wrong a right! It is all about the money! The vets have paid with life and limb already! The have more than already paid. I hope people remember this come election time and vote every last one of these people out! Wrong is wrong! And this is wrong!

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dubedit

Jul-16-13 10:10 AM

The city manager and the solicitor are wrong. The city does not have to treat everyone equally. For example, the city makes special accommodations for handicapped people, giving them, in a sense, preferential treatment -- and that is good. However, Jimmy's rant suggests that he thinks that every veteran should live tax-free for the rest of his/her life — a ridiculous assertion. Veterans themselves know better; they aren't freeloaders.

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Jimmy1

Jul-16-13 10:53 AM

Hmmm don't recall mentioning anything about tax? Where did you pull that from? I don't think they should have to pay to hold their services in a public park!

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