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To the Editor:

After consulting with a financial advisor, I now see that the biggest expense I will have in the years to come will be taxes.

I will vote for Mark Grimm because he will be skeptical of town plans that call for tax increases.  And maybe he will find a way to lower current taxes.

To the Editor:

This Mark Grimm has really been annoying me for months now. All he does is talk, and all the talk doesn't really amount to much of anything in the end.

To the Editor:

As someone who has worked very hard to protect our seniors for a long time, I can honestly say Mark Grimm has always kept our interest in mind. 

To the Editor:

If you have ever been to the Guilderland Police Department, you would have probably entered through the main lobby. What you may not have noticed is the small awards display that is attached to the wall to the left of the door near the 911 dispatcher’s window.

To the Editor:

I have been closely following the race for the two Guilderland town justice positions this year and I did some research on each of the candidates. What I discovered about one of the candidates, Steve DeNigris, was very troubling.

To the Editor:

I would like to address some inaccuracies in Ms. [Pam] Fenoff’s letter in last week’s issue of The Enterprise:

To the Editor:

In light of the recent political dysfunction in our country, it is important for each of us to become as educated as possible about the people running for elective office. Mark Grimm is a candidate running for supervisor in the town of Guilderland.

To the Editor:

A letter to the editor in last week’s edition of The Enterprise opined that Mike Hammond has served too long as Knox’s supervisor and that, because of Mike and Councilman [Nicholas] Viscio, businesses are not welcome in Knox.

To the Editor:

Bad news from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, which is again proposing to strike the wolf from the Endangered Species List with the same proposal that was shot down by public outcry in 2011.

To The Editor:

This letter is a clarification to a letter from Joyce Schreiber in part regarding the World War II Memorial in the Berne Town Park.

To the Editor:

For the past four months, I have been out meeting with the residents of our town and the one message I continually hear is: “Something has to change.” I am running for town board because I feel I can work with others to initiate positive change.

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