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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, July 9, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

I have a question for Springdale Council President John Molnar: Whom do you work for — the people or yourself? I want an answer.

Mr. Molnar is the new president of council and at every meeting he is asked to resign. He was elected — although I'm not sure how — by the people for the people.

Now he's trying to control who may speak at a meeting? I thought everyone in the community had the right to speak.

I thought council worked for us. So, Mr. Molnar, for whom are you working?

Beth Barthnek

Springdale

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