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Letter to the Editor

Times sure are a’changin’.  The folks who cause our taxes to go up are at it again.  The property that has been approved by the Wetlands Commissions and Zoning Boards of two towns as a site to build a golf club are being attacked by the turtle police now.  I guess the metallic taste in that pot of turtle soup must have been that radio transponder.

Has anyone done a study to see if the habitat is good for humans to possibly live there?

Just to set the record straight, there has never been any proposal before either town to build any housing on this property.  If and when it is proposed, the two towns and their elected representatives to zoning and wetlands as well as local boards of health will review the proposal and make decisions based on facts.

Sensible people among us need to voice their opinions more often.  I hear rumors about splitting the Conservation and Wetlands Commission into two entities.  Why?  So people will have one more step to climb, one more hoop to jump through, not to mention more expense, when they want to make decisions concerning their property?  The Inlands/Wetlands Conservation Commission has been working fine for forty some years and should not be changed now.

Unfortunately for the people who want to build a world-class golf club in our little quiet town, they have some wealthy neighbors who want to push their own opinion about the project and disregard the elected officials of Canaan and Norfolk. They should consider spending their money feeding and housing the homeless instead of paying the lawyers who make people homeless.

Carl Gundlach

The writer is the recently retired Land Use Administrator and former three-term Selectman for the Town of Norfolk.

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