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Wednesday, April 17
My neighbors have put their beautiful house on one acre with an antique barn on the market for $349,000. They were told that if their home were located in any place other that Butler, they could get around $200,000 more for it. They said Butler isn't recovering from the economic downturn as fast as other towns; there are lots of short sales coming on the market. I'm sure the condition of Main Street has a lot to do with this. Butler was just voted the most walkable community. We have great schools, we are close to everything on Route 23. So why does this town look so downtrodden? Butler could be a quaint setting if Main Street were spruced up: Plant trees on the sidewalks. Have hanging baskets off the light posts. Little things like that …
Candidates also thank Councilwoman Jo-Ann Pituch and runningmate Michele Siek for volunteering for community service.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
The following was submitted by Councilmen-elect Mike Sondermeyer and Rich Dellaripa as a Letter to the Editor. If you have a letter you would like to submit, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Editor: We would like to begin by thanking Bloomingdale’s voters for the overwhelming support they gave us on Nov. 6 when they elected us to serve on the borough council. It was a long campaign, and we were extremely fortunate to have the support of our families, friends, and those who helped out in so many ways. Thank you all for the time, effort, and financial support—we could not have done it without you. It means a great deal to us to know that so many of our town’s residents share our vision for the future and are excited by …