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Clarification concerning Wildlife Sanctuary article

Clarification concerning the article about “Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary” dated June 26, 2014, pages 8 and 14.

“The lease does not set the stage for the Refuge to acquire any land from the Town. It merely allows the Refuge to delineate and protect a small portion of the land owned by
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Unfair article

It is not easy being a building inspector.  By the nature of their job there will be people who are disappointed by some of the rulings that an inspector is required to make. The recent article regarding complaints about East Longmeadow Building Inspector Daniel Hellyer cast an unfair shadow on...
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Opinion didn’t surprise

Your take on the Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby Lobby does not surprise me since it reflects the talking points from the left wing media. What the left conveniently leaves out is that Hobby Lobby was willing to provide contraception as part of it's health care package. They agreed to provide...
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Supreme Court got it right

How ironic it was to read the editorial on Hobby Lobby on July 4, Independence Day. The day our founders stated, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life...”  ...
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Supports Harrington

This past Friday it was determined that Eric Lesser of Longmeadow will be eligible to run for State Senate in the First Hampden & Hampshire despite the effort brought by his opponent Tim Allen to deem him otherwise.

To me this ruling makes zero difference because all the while, the strong
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Much appreciated

On behalf of the Friends of the Agawam Senior Center and the Agawam Rotary, we wish to thank you for the success of our recent 19th Anniversary Golf Tournament on June 4 at the Agawam Municipal Golf Course, 128 Southwick St., Feeding Hills.  It was a dry, fair weather day in the 70s.

Our
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Be sure to cast your vote

To the citizens of Longmeadow, of a certain age, who remember the fiscal conservatism of Iris Holland. Make sure you vote.

Does it seem like Mark Gold is sometimes arguing with toddlers? I’m voting for Debra Boronski. Make sure you make time to vote.

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Supports the process

In the column entitled “Pro- or anti-casino? Make up your mind,” Michael Dobbs addresses some of the differing results in casino polls in Massachusetts that indicate changing views. I believe that the reference to the lengthy process that has been involved in the gaming commission making this decisi...
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Ticks and repellants

Last fall while hiking the Turkey Hill section of the Granby/Belchertown line, I happened upon a forestry person conducting a study in that part of the forest. Our conversation included the ever-increasing tick population. He told me that he and some of his co-workers had conducted an experiment of ...
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Come join the Flag Day celebration

Flag Day is a day set aside especially to honor our flag and the nation it represents. For many years, I have organized a pro-America, non-political, non-partisan, grassroots, patriotic standout on Flag Day in Westfield.

I am writing to once again extend the invitation for your readers to gra
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Fourth of July Parade Committee needs help

The committee needs your assistance. Specifically, it needs people to step up and volunteer, as parade marshals and banner carriers. This request is in addition to the previous report of new people helping to create your favorite local event.

Parade Co-chairman Carl Ohlin and Ryan Quimby are
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