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March 7, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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0 I (](n: ratulathms in order First to the (it:,' ('(mncii and Mayor of (;lenvilte, ;itmer C()unt (kmrt. ]'own (ion by lira lacobs Don (:ohen, president of the Board el Governors for the track hall oi fame. assured ttousc Speaker McManus that the 585(),()t)4) request from the legislature this xear is a "'one time onix request." hall ()! 70 the Editor: ' Perhaps the rgest kudo should go to Dr. Ron "'Burke and the reinvi$orated County Planning Commission, with officer Joe Messina, Dr. Burke, Dave Alton, Jim Roten sharing much of the work load as phl g committeemen. The CPC is laying the groundwork for a momentous period of potential development for Perhaps these inflated jogging estm should sit down and ponder a bit harder on the likelihood of success of their shrine. Never mind that $850.000 for a state-owned site and construction of a small building might be just enough to get the venture off the ground. Never minti tht $850,000 of our money be field is pure pr or less and should be recognized as such. It's a classic examph; of the hard sell. I'd be willing tobet my typewriter ribbon that Cohen and his fleet-footed friends will be back asking to be bailed out of financial difficulty soon. How many state tax dollars will they ask for then? of the people take? For several years my husband has talked about how nice: a reunion with the pupils that attendod .the Upper and At this time he is in the hospital with a serious lmert t~Suia ti~ft t O* .,a a au how said constant costly ted m a encoura of Ever: in letters and