‘For years and years I’ve parked in that spot’

Northern Pen - - EDITORIAL -

“In the win­ter, when the plow comes the house is barred off full of snow,” said Caines. “I spend most of my win­ters shov­el­ling my pave­ment off.”

Still, Caines hopes by mak­ing this is­sue pub­lic he can find a bet­ter way to com­mu­ni­cate and work with the town.

“Hope­fully we can co­op­er­ate and put this all be­hind us,” he said. “I want to build a bridge.”

Caines wrote a let­ter to Port Saun­ders coun­cil, con­grat­u­lat­ing the new and re­turn­ing coun­cil­lors and ad­dress­ing his con­cerns about park­ing on Caines Lane. Since the week fol­low­ing the coun­cil meet­ing on Mon­day Oct. 30, Caines says he has not yet heard word from the town.

Eu­gene Caines has had a his­tory of is­sues with the town of Port Saun­ders. He has a col­lec­tion of let­ters, re­ports and pic­tures to mark his his­tory of con­cerns and bat­tles.

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