West Creston resident mowing lawn regardless of Wynndel resident’s opinion

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To the Editor:

(Re: “Wynndel resident wants neighbours to make less noise”)

After the negative spin you put on your neighbourhood, Mr. Wuzinski, you may have trouble selling your property. Who would want to move into such a terrible area? I simply cannot imagine anyone being so rude as to mow his or her lawn on Mother’s Day. I take it that you are also opposed to people taking families to beaches or on fishing trips, where motorboats are being used for recreation.

I am one of those who takes pride in keeping the weeds down and the grounds on our small acreage well groomed. Yes, and, if I must, I will mow my lawn on Mother’s Day, or any other day, for that matter! I will also water my lawn to keep it green. I don’t really care what you think or say!

Until you sell your well advertised piece of property and move on, I wish you well. I do hope that you continue to enjoy the view. Oh, and by the way, enjoy your walk as you go to pick up your groceries or your mail or to see your doctor, if you must. After all, we can’t have motorized vehicles such as automobiles or buses adding to your discomfort, can we?

George Esch

West Creston

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