Early in Waterbury’s history, it is assumed the voters voted for roads, streets, bridge, schools, etc. Now if only those votes had been rescinded, we would have no potholes, no schools, no town and no taxes. How perfect would that be?
How fortunate we be that there were no rescinders, and how fortunate we’d be if there were none today. I guess their theme is there is no future for our community, and if there is, it’s not their problem.
Well, I, for one think Waterbury’s future is very bright in spite of those who can’t think beyond next Friday. Would they please stop embarrassing the rest of us for all of our sake, please vote No! to Rescind.
Stephen Van Esen