, Salem, MA


February 1, 2014

Letter: Brimbal Avenue and transparency


For me this vote is 100 percent about that. If people think that the city did its part to keep everyone informed about this project, then they should vote for it. On the other hand, people who learned about this project in 2013 should vote against it in the hopes of creating a more transparent process. A “No” vote sends a message state wide — the people reserve the right to reverse the decisions of their elected officials when the officials act against the will of the people.

Dan Fishman


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