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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Aldermen did city, Stabile and a disservice

Letter to the Editor

“I’m a businessman, and I can tell you that other businessmen that I’ve spoke to agreed 100 percent with what was done,” Ward 9 Alderman Ken Siegel said this week (The Telegraph, May 28.)

What a load of donkey mess. If Ken Siegel or any of his “businessman” apostles had the courage to do what John Stabile does, and did, they’d be screaming bloody murder to get that $100,000. ...

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“I’m a businessman, and I can tell you that other businessmen that I’ve spoke to agreed 100 percent with what was done,” Ward 9 Alderman Ken Siegel said this week (The Telegraph, May 28.)

What a load of donkey mess. If Ken Siegel or any of his “businessman” apostles had the courage to do what John Stabile does, and did, they’d be screaming bloody murder to get that $100,000.

Most contractors other than John would probably have ignored the problem with the dam, done an inadequate patch job, hoped for the best and been long gone by the time it failed.

Meanwhile, Nashua is stuck with several members of the Board of Aldermen who are failing us right now, and they’ll be long gone by the time the folks who voted for them figure that out.

Casey Holt

Nashua