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Amy Pike: Signs won't be voting March 22, the citizens will

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Amy Pike writes:
I am appalled by the comments of "anonymous." First of all, it is very cowardly to write a letter placing blame on someone when you have no proof whatsoever and refuse to sign your name to it. As stated by others, vandalism has occurred on both sides and I know that no one in the PAC group condones this. The signs will not be voting on March 22, the citizens will. One thing, Anonymous, that I feel you should seriously consider is when you point one finger out - you have have three more pointing back at you so point wisely. If you are so concerned, please step out from behind your anonymity and sign your name to your comments. What are you afraid of after all? Or maybe you were the one who vandalized the signs yourself and then made these unfounded accusations. - Amy Pike
Comments re article 81830 Anonymous letter blames Wet forces for vandalism

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