On term limits, go local
Editor: When people hear the phrase “term limits,” they automatically think of the United States Congress and Senate. But, if you really think about it, don’t most local governments, especially in one-horse towns, have someone who has been in office far too long, with too little accomplishments in their resume?
Yes, the perfect example to getting rid of politicians who overstay their welcome is similar to the food in your refrigerator which has an “expired sell date.” It not only smells, looks and tastes bad, it can actually make you sick. Nov. 7 is just around the corner. That is general election time.
If your incumbent office-holder has been around too long, it’s time to toss him or her and vote for a fresh start for your town.
I know that is what I intend to do in my town Nov. 7. Carl Wilcox LUZERNE BOROUGH