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I'll offer to re-paint the welcome signs

By Steve Candelori
Posted Sunday, August 20, 2006

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Not welcome in Efrain's world.

Pittsboro, NC - I see, Efrain, that you are up to your same old tricks. Trying to scare us with your gloomy depiction of Chatham County unless things are left to your liking. The new administration hasn't taken office. They will soon enough. We will all have to wait.

The developing should continue until then. There are legalities as obstacles and hurdles to overcome to stop what has been started. (admittedly that is my assumption) In the mean time, whining, crying and fear mongering is only going to further confuse and anger folks.

Have you thought about what will be happening when, politically, you will have your power? Do you plan on doing anything positive for the community? the residents and the students of the public schools? Will you be happy to just sit back wringing your hands to the tune of negativity and non- progress?

I'll offer to re-paint the welcome signs if I can add to them a vision of the arrogant wanna-be dictators/activists leaving here. I wish the dead horse you beat would get up and run away but not before you can get on it.

 
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I'll offer to re-paint the welcome signs
New "Welcome to Chatham County" signs adorn main entrances to Chatham County, NC.
 
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