Waterford Selectman Whizzer Wheeler said the context was lost in statements he made concerning the Palesky tax cap that appeared in a story in Friday’s Oxford Hills edition. Wheeler was quoted after commenting on a $50,000 bridge project approved by Waterford voters. What he meant to imply, he said Friday, was that by getting bids on such projects beforehand, voters would have a better understanding of how much value they get from the work of the town road crew.

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