A Sun Journal reporter quoted some of my remarks at a recent New Gloucester Selectmen’s meeting, including the following: “This is a form of poor government, and there is not time enough time for legal egress.”
One of us has either coined a new phrase, or I made a major Freudian slip. Legal “redress” is what I was concerned about, but legal egress from the domination of over-controlling local public servants would be welcome,too.
Penny Hilton, New Gloucester

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