Editorials

When funding is reduced, projects may best progress through the synergy of symbiosis — finding mutual benefit while serving individual needs.

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

In the April 10 Altamont Enterprise, Aarron Harrell wrote that he thought some people were “addled” by his previous letter and required more enlightenment.

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The attainment of political power often results in deceptive and circuitous actions taken by those in control. One has only to look at the Albany County Legislature to see this theory unfold.

To the Editor:

Cemeteries all over New York State are having monetary issues and Fairview Cemetery is no different. For this reason, it is especially painful to find damage to the cemetery.

To the Editor:

Who is helping give out half a million free books across America on April 23?  I am.

On April 23, which is Shakespeare’s birthday, 25,000 volunteers from Kodiak to Key West will give away half a million free books in more than 6,000 towns and cities across America.

To the Editor:

The Hannacroix Rural Cemetery, which is located on Route 411 in Dormansville, a hamlet in Westerlo, is seeking donations for the 2014 mowing expense for the cemetery.

Whether you have a loved one buried there or would just like to give a donation, it would be greatly appreciated.

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