October 8, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 8, 2013

Thoughtful, effective

TO THE EDITOR: I have known Paul O’Connell for more than 30 years.

I believe he is the kind of person who will be a thoughtful and effective city councilor. I have observed his work as a coach and sports official. He always has exhibited integrity and balance.

“The Crusher” will always have the best interest of all of the citizens of Plattsburgh at heart.

Please consider voting for him on Election Day.




Cell phone missing

TO THE EDITOR: On Friday, Oct. 4, my granddaughters’ mother was shopping in Target.

She took her daughter into the bathroom to change her diaper and then left. A few minutes later, she realized that she left her cell phone behind, so she returned to the restroom to get it, only to find that it was gone.

She went to the service desk to see if anyone turned it in, but no luck.

My granddaughter was born on Sept. 19. From the moment she was born, her mother took numerous photos of her first child with her phone so she could send them to relatives and friends.

Fortunately, I also took numerous photos (with both my cell phone and camera) from the moment of her birth to the present, so if you think you took something of value away from someone,

think again.

The phone was reported as stolen, so this phone is of no use to you or anyone else. How you can sleep at night and feel no remorse for what you have done? It is incomprehensible.


Mooers Forks


Trustworthy, loyal

TO THE EDITOR: I have known Paul “Crusher” O’Connell for more than 40 years.

He is a man of his word, trustworthy, loyal, a concerned citizen and the right man for the job as councilor for Ward 4 in this upcoming election.

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