Recently an article appeared in the Register regarding the Sanctuary Four Seasons, in the old Monroe School.
Commissioner Murray said "There are many questions unanswered."
I have yet to see any questions asked by the commissioners, and it is not because we are unavailable.
I know the Marina project has taken precedence over almost anything and they have $20,000 to spare for a report on Chief Nuesse that should've been handled internally, but don't they know our children are the most important asset of this community and our future leaders? Almost 30 percent of all children live in single parent homes and many of those parents have to work to support themselves and their children as best they can. Kids are often left alone too often with much time on their hands, or in the hands of others, a very dangerous situation for them -- and we have a chance to do something about it.
Young folks need to be taught generosity, tolerance, patience and team work, especially so important in this diverse world of many cultures in our country today. How about it, Commissioners, you in or out?
The Rev. Bob Nickester