Biased letters by people who do not contribute to the Valley

‘No-brainer’ decision cost taxpayers a fortune

Dear Editor:

Please stop printing the ridiculous constant flow of letters from the bias people who have not contributed anything to the Valley’s economy. These people are not proactive in any job growth in the area, especially the ones from out of town! Pam and I have employed scores of people for over 45 years. The last batch of letters whining about a 9-0 vote of our courts over a no-brainer decision has cost taxpayers a fortune. You can bet these whiners don’t pay a cent themselves for these court cases. You can have a different point of view, but please PAY for yourself.

Thank you,

John and Pam Nairn

Windermere

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