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So.....If I understand this correctly, everything Senator Snowe said at the Career Center was a bold faced lie. Huh, wish she didn't waste our time just talking to hear herself talk. I understood her wanting to push small business, but she should not forget it is people who open small businesses, usually unemployed people. If people aren't taken care of when they lose their jobs how will they ever have the means or resources to open a small business.
I hope someday our Senators get the same care they have given the people of our state. May the hunger pains of a thousand unemployed Mainers churn in their stomaches. Thanks for nothing ladies, again.
Ok......so let me understand this. Our town has at least a $30,000 surplus. I know families in this town that can't afford food or to pay on their light bills. And now, instead of helping these families in need the town will make more of our locals homeless.
Yes, I have seen this building and I guess I see it in different eyes than our town manager. I see all the time and hard work Mr. LaPlante put into this home. He carried materials from Ware-Butler because he had no running vehicle. He did all the work himself, and he never asked anyone for anything.
I feel if the town wants to do right by this situation then they should take this June 8th meeting and try to get some local volunteers to help turn this "unsafe home" into a safe one.
Let us all not forget that Mr.LaPlante is a human being and deserves some respect and kindness. He never asked to be judged in this way. Offering a man a trailer when he has a house is very insulting and rude. I would have said no too. But for those of you who think that idea works, I have a 10 speed bike I would like to trade for a motorcycle. Leave a message.