October 30, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30, 2013


He is not only the perfect man for the job, but he is the most knowledgeable and will do the best job.

My dad has served the Town of Plattsburgh for the past five years as a Plattsburgh town councilman. He has proved to the taxpayers that he puts them first when making decisions, because he is also a hard-working taxpayer in the Town of Plattsburgh.

He is a high school and youth baseball and softball umpire as well as a hockey referee assigner. My father also coached hockey for numerous years and helped children grow and strive to become a better person. 

To me, my dad is someone to look up to and strive to be more like. He has taught me how to work hard for what I want and never stop until you get there; that is exactly how he is.

He is open minded and someone you can come to him, to ask questions and get answers. However, if he does not immediately have the answer he will find one.

So please join me and support Paul Lamoy on Nov. 5 for Plattsburgh town councilor. Of the two votes you can cast, make my father, Paul Lamoy, your first.




Supports Lawson

TO THE EDITOR: Despite my distance from politics, I must once again air my support for a local candidate.

I first met Bruce Lawson through our mutual association with the American Red Cross. He was a thoughtful and well-balanced member of the board of the local chapter, who consistently used his open-mindedness and his expertise to help guide the organization in keeping its feet on the ground while achieving its goals. He will do no less for city government and its taxpayers.

I warned the city 15 years ago that budget challenges were looming, and it didn’t take long for them to start surfacing.

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