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September 04, 2009


Tim Abbott

That sort of civility is why you will be an asset on the local P&Z this fall, Terry. Best wishes, Tim

Terry Cowgill

I essentially agree. The problem was the White House political office inserted an assignment into a suggested lesson plan for teachers that asked students to write about ways in which they could "help the president." That smacked of using children for politics. But the WH has removed the offending phrase and all is well by me. I say, speak away, Mr. President!

Fred Baumgarten

Tim, you are spot on with this. I have to say that I am extremely disappointed in Karen Manning's decision not to show the address at Sharon Center School -- more than the decision itself, it's the way it was explained, as if this address was pure partisanship and, worse, tantamount to teaching sex education to kindergartners. (For example, "parents will be notified in advance.")

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