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Polite Open Discourse

November 15, 2014
Stories about the perils and accomplishments of our town residents include those of our government officials. Many of the topics that appear on are controversial. We have allowed the public to comment on certain stories, adding to the civil discourse. All comments will be considered, but reserves the right to not publish comments that are personal attacks. Simply put, comment on the content, not the person writing it. Comments seen here may not reflect the views of 

No soliciting, please.

Michelle Boyle

Free speech is an essential part of our rights

Do "public officials have an obligation at town meetings to devote themselves to their work, and that work does not include reporting negative news about citizens of the community, past or present?" 

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1. Doris Stanley | March 26, 2013 at 05:43 PM EDT

Yes free speech is guaranteed by the constitution, but insulting a former supervisor is not. What a sad state of affairs in this town! A lawyer from Larchmont commented about that, so word has gotten around!

2. Fran | March 30, 2013 at 09:52 AM EDT

Kuddos to Sue Shimer for her remarks at the end of the last town board meeting!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The person from Banksville should have been reading the papers for the last year or so.

3. Comment | March 30, 2013 at 12:53 PM EDT

The job of the Town Board is to discuss the business of the town, not to report about individual personal problems.

4. Armonk Commentor | April 12, 2013 at 11:25 AM EDT

I find it interesting that John Cronin keeps hiding behind women's skirts instead of standing up and defending his childish and outrageous behavior. He has a very flexible backbone. I would say that he should be ashamed of himself but he is obviously incapable of being ashamed. Actually, Cronin is starting to make Diane Roth look less unstable and ignorant, and I never thought that could be possible.

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