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Mon, Oct 20, 2014 12:26 AM
Issue of October 15, 2014
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print email Source: Editorial: Spencer Township residents seek transparency
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January 30, 2014 | 02:12 PM

To Whom It May Concern:
Since you are not signing your name we are not sure how to address you so the above salutation will have to do.
I think all the taxpayers are also doing their due diligence in trying to get accurate information. They are doing their research and investigating just as you are.
The one thing that is a constant in everything I have seen is...answers. The people want answers as to why the center was closed? Offers were made to keep it open by the citizens and others that wanted to help. But NOTHING was done to work with the people of Spencer Township to keep the center opened.
Budgets are just that...budgets. Monies to run whatever facilities and or organizations that the county deem necessary. I for one (as do others) think that the center was necessary to the seniors. Now it is just an empty building collecting dust. It isn't even being utilized to raise money through functions like receptions or the like.
So don't say that the Spencer Township citizens aren't doing their homework. They are doing just what you are doing. Research, questioning and trying to get the answers they need to resolve this situation. Instead all they get are deaf ears.

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