Historic-district talk upsets folks in Still River
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#1 Oct 10, 2009
Thanks for the article! Again, we will certainly hold public discussions about this when we're ready (i.e., feel we understand the issue to make productive use of everyone's time). At this point, all we're really doing is trying to get our arms around the process. Nobody on our HHC has actually participated in creating a local historical district before, and we're slowly learning what's involved. But we have more urgent concerns at the moment, particularly championing the restoration of Town Hall, the Shaker Cemetery, and completing the signs marking the entrances to the two existing historical districts. When real work happens, we'll gather public input. There are no secrets here.
#2 Oct 27, 2009
I am writing a paper concerning this issue for an Urban Studies class. The typographical errors and muddled sentence structure is distracting. Please be more careful in your editing.
#3 Oct 27, 2009
Yet there is a difference between a published article and a blog comment. No worries.
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