When average people have a decent income, a healthy environment, and are not living in fear, they will increase demand.
Cut the city budget
When I read the letter in Wednesday's paper from Commissioner Book attacking Debbie Rose, it infuriated me. I would think this leader of our city could find better use of the taxpayer’s money than attacking a concerned private resident.
I think it’s obvious that Rose “did” her homework. Maybe that’s why Book is so mad! I think Rose’s letters to the editor have proven the city could cut more from the budget.
Instead of Book using all his energy attacking a concerned resident, he should be using his energy to stop the waste in local government.
Help the taxpayers by cutting the budget.
Objects to beer sales
More beer sales is all we need in Winchester. Board members Rick Smith, Dwain Gay, Kenny Book and Bob Jackson voted for a waiver since rules and regulations set forth by the parks and recreation department prohibit the possession of any alcoholic beverages in any park or recreation facility.
Only two board members, Charlie Eury and Lewis Willian voted against it, and the other two, B.J. Wasson and Ronda Miller were a no show.
We have had beer downtown at our cheese tasting and later at a wine tasting. What next? Sell them beer and arrest them.
We are going backwards, not forward.
Not best for our community. Concerned Christian,