Letters to the Editor

March 23, 2014 12:00 AM

Letters | As economy improves, won’t Whispering Pines’ revenues?; Workers’ abilities should determine wages; Applause for fire department’s cleanup efforts; Ovation for Long Bay Symphony performance

As a property owner and part-time resident of Seagate Village, I would like to urge the city to keep Whipering Pines open. I understand that it is a losing proposition, but I question whether this condition should be projected into the future given the state of the economy for the past few years.

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