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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Letters to the Editor
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I know that, together, they will represent our residents well and assist Fran and the other board members in being fiscally responsible while facing the challenges ahead.

Please join me on Tuesday by voting for Glynn and Grillo. Vote Row B for the best team.

Eugene J. Murray

Rockville Centre

Murray is a former mayor of Rockville Centre.

Wieman is best choice

To the Editor:

I am writing to endorse Marc Wieman for Rockville Centre village trustee in the election being held on Tuesday.

As a close personal friend of Marc’s for almost 15 years, I have found him to be among the most honest, kind, thoughtful and generous individuals I have ever known. I am confident that, as village trustee, Marc will treat the residents of Rockville Centre with dignity and fairness while addressing the concerns we as residents continue to share.

In addition, Marc’s dedication and commitment to serve will enable him to build positive working relationships with the mayor and trustees, fostering an atmosphere where the board can act as a cohesive unit to accomplish what is most beneficial for us, the residents.

Marc Wieman’s considerable experience of nearly 20 years in government service has prepared him for the task of cutting through the inertia that too often afflicts our Board of Trustees. His intelligence and objectivity will enable him to quickly grasp the heart of the issues facing the village and fashion a solution. Marc is a tireless worker, with the confidence to face the needs of Rockville Centre head-on and the devotion to give his attention to our needs.

I am proud to endorse Marc Wieman for village trustee. Please join me in moving Rockville Centre forward by electing him Tuesday.

Joseph Carroll

Rockville Centre

Good Ed for trustee

To the Editor:

One of the most moving readings in the New Testament concerns the parable of the Good Samaritan. Without going into detail, it concerns rescuing the injured and the ill. Hospitals throughout the world bear the name of that hero. In fact, a more popular term is “Good Sam.”

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