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The floor is yours

We have received so many interesting and timely letters and commentaries from our readers recently that we felt it was more important to make space for as many as possible of them than to have our own say this week. We thank all of you for your engagement in the conversation.


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Dr. Punnybone



No Fly Zone

Letters to the Editor

[EDITOR'S NOTE: The River Reporter welcomes letters on all subjects from its readers. They must be signed and include the correspondent's phone number. The correspondent's name and town will appear at the bottom of each letter; titles and affiliations will not, unless the correspondent is writing on behalf of a group.

Letters are printed at the discretion of the editor. It is requested they be limited to 300 words; correspondents may be asked to cut longer letters. Deadline is 1:00 p.m. on Monday.

Letters can be sent by e-mail to editor@riverreporter.com]


Making judgments about the wrong people

To the editor:

In response to a letter to the editor recently published in The River Reporter about Shohola, I must say that I find it hard to believe that some of the residents of Shohola are still ignorant about what is going on in this town. For the past year and a half, allegations against the previous administration have been made as to the legality of their behavior. Yet, all I hear from Mrs. Eisenhauer is how George Fluhr and Greg Hoeper are the cause of the upset in Shohola. Wasn’t it obvious that something was going on in this town with the abrupt resignation of Steven Dellert, when he decided to jump ship rather than face the residents? And after that, the township’s solicitor resigned as supervisor Hoeper was entering the municipal building for his first meeting as supervisor. Was this just a coincidence?

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