WHO’S STRONG-ARMING WHO?
Janet Quarrie (letter, May 27) lacks clarity of purpose other than outlandish claims that Precia Stuby lacks clarity of purpose.
Ms. Stuby isn’t strong-arming the board. Has Quarrie ever given it some thought it may be the other way around?
In addition, it looks to me like it is Quarrie who is using strong-arm tactics by making threats to oppose a future ADAMHS board levy because Quarrie isn’t hearing what she wants to hear.
What are Quarrie’s neighborhood values? I gather from her narrative that it is finding another problem for every solution and complaining because she doesn’t have the power to pick her neighbors.
Is constant complaining a neighborhood value? Is opposing safe recovery housing for taxpaying and working members of the community whose goals are to better their lives and contribute to others a neighborhood value?
I don’t believe so.
SHE’LL TAKE THE GOOD OLD DAYS
It’s comforting to know that death and taxes aren’t the only things we can be certain of. I also know that the sun will come up each morning and there will be a continuing onslaught of letters to the editor from the Greendale Avenue “saviors” reminding us of the evils of the ADAMHS board and Precia Stuby.
I never thought I’d miss the days when all we had to look forward to were the evils of gays, Democrats, and the virtues of hemp, but I’d welcome going back to the good old Findlay days.