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LETTERS: Local political offices have no business in village storefronts

To the editor:

I apologize in advance to anyone who might be put off by my letter, however, I feel a strong need to voice my opinion.

I am thoroughly offended by a political office screaming its opinions while taking up valuable storefront space on a main street in a town this size. It fabricates an atmosphere of our town opinions possibly offending people passing through leaving not only a bad taste in their mouths, but, perhaps influencing their decisions negatively to stop and shop with our diverse group of retailers.

Whether it be Democratic or Republican, a storefront on the main thoroughfare in a small town is a classless representation of self-serving intent causing friction amongst its townsfolk.

I have been hearing a lot of discontent about its existence.

More is the pity of a political representation when it only serves to divide.

Also, isn’t that space zoned as a store front or business property to begin with? Makes one wonder.

Valentina Heishman

Cazenovia

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