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The lysander residents have listened and supported the Y for many,many years with their promises. They were supposed to expand ice rink,never happened, they were supposed to build on Drakes, won't ever happen. What makes now any different.
I agree, take Jack, with you. But is this group that created a fake email account any better. Don't let the name change fool you. Reeves has a lot farm land to dispose of the computer the cops where looking for.
If the man has paid dues, then so be it. he deserves to go where he wants to.
What's wrong with this person. Wetzel road y is a dump, ever been down back hallway by courts. Planning board members are appointed. What people want has nothing to do with planning board decision. Get a clue.
I figured it out, turgid, is skip carrich on face book, so you must be chris patrick
Turgid, where I have seen that before. Are you that guy that hacked the email or something, part of that group--Lysander ....... Wasn't that guy with the farm part of that.
Lets discuss who we have running. Barry, we know what we have with him. It has got us by for 16 years. Fred Burtch--no politcal experience, seems like an honest guy, interesting answers to the questions. I think he needs to listen to himself, instead of everyone else who is using him. John Salisbury, who was running for county leg. then backed out, now town supervisor--- 2 items on his platform, 1-I am not barry,2- the Y needs to be on Drakes. (Isn't that a dead issue). Strong platform? So is the Town going to be run by the Y with him? Kevin Rode, has been quiet, has not done anything stupid like the other 3. Not much out there about him. Could be a good possibility for a clean change with no strings attached.
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