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I have been biting my tongue for over six months now, but I can no longer stand reading Mr. Green's verbal tirades, bashing and vilifying everyone and everything concerning anything. First of all, I don't know who made Mr. Green the spokesperson ...

I have been biting my tongue for over six months now, but I can no longer stand reading Mr. Green's verbal tirades, bashing and vilifying everyone and everything concerning anything. First of all, I don't know who made Mr. Green the spokesperson for the neighborhood around Garfield School and the project that is currently underway, but I certainly did not.

Mr. Green seems to think that I cannot speak for myself concerning the project. Well I can and will do now. The project should have been done 20 years ago. Sidewalks for school children to be able to walk safely to and from school to me is of the greatest importance. I have observed children almost getting hit by cars in the winter on a number of occasions. Yes, Mr. Green, not one fatality in these many years but isn't that very fortunate and extremely lucky? Unlike you, Mr. Green, I believe to have one would be a tragedy. Oh and where do you live? And how are you affected?

When asked why you didn't want the money for the safe school project the only reason you could give was because it was Obama money. Huh? So if it was Bush money, it would have been just fine?

Last Mr. Green, what are you for? As far as I can tell, you are for nothing and against everything.

Steve Hesse

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