Letter: It’s time for town critic to be quiet

To the Editor:

I would suggest it is time for Mr. Hardison to sit down and be quiet.  Enough town funds have been used, and quite enough people, teams, and athletes have been undeservedly ill-affected by his actions.

If he wishes to persist, I would further suggest that he publish his email address and cell phone number so that he may clearly see and hear what the full extent of current public sentiment is.

John Lacey
Darien

1 thought on “Letter: It’s time for town critic to be quiet

  1. So…you’d prefer the illegal behavior continue, like the special ed debacle? You endorse more children being harmed because it’s costing the town money instead of holding the boards responsible? You’d like the misbehavior to go unpunished because it’s expensive and inconvenient to correct it? If the boards did what they were supposed to, that money wouldn’t have needed to be spent. Abiding by the laws is a lot cheaper than bending or breaking them. I’m really glad you aren’t my father.

    And as for Mr. Hardison publishing his contact information “so that he may clearly see and hear what the full extent of current public sentiment is”, everyone in town has the same opportunity as you and I have, by writing letters to the editor and commenting on them. What’s holding them back?

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