Corrected mailing sent by commissioner
To the editor:
RecentlyI a letter appeared in the Times Chronicle reJDUGLnJ PDLOHG flyHUV SURviding misleading information. Mrs. Elizabeth Barnhart wrote expressing concern about a newsletter she received from me which contained an article on voter ID. The article offered no opinion on voter IDI just the facts. eoweverI it became outdated by the time it was delivered to homes in Abington Ward U. On Oct. OI there was a court decision advising voters (except for fiUVW-WLPH YRWHUV) WKDW SKRWR IDs would not be required to vote. Upon learning of the decision and knowing my newsletter was already mailed via bulkI I immediately ordered postcards advising residents of an update to the information in my newsletter.
AdditionallyI it has come WR Py DWWHnWLRn WKDW D flyHU was distributed to the residents of the ward I representI accusing me of deliberately distributing false information. ThisI of courseI is ridiculous and against everything I believe in. As alwaysI the purpose of the newsletter and subsequent postcard was to be certain all residents of Ward U could vote on Election Day. Most importantly the newsletter contained several ways to contact me if there were any questions or concerns.
Ms. Barnhart also wrote that she hoped I would do the right thing and sincerely hoped I was planning on sending out a corrective mailing. She will be happy to know that I did just that — and it was delivered this past weekend.
Peggy Myers commissionerI Abington
Ward U Willow GroveLRoslyn children participate anyway. What is the most startling about this is that all those involved are the “protectors” of our children and our environment. And this spraying was needless.
What you don’t know may not hurt you. But then again …
Lora Lehmann Abingtoncitizens.com