Mr. Hughs, the work you've done for OCC in the past does not make your opinion more valid, nor does it give you the right to determine what is or isn't built in this neighborhood. I welcome your voice, but you aren't more important than anyone else in this debate.
I'm so grateful that there are so many people stepping up to the plate on this issue. I'm on the 2300 block of Cucharras, directly across from where the Kum and Go would be built. It's great to know that so many people have my back, even though they wouldn't have to live across from it.
I think I'd vote for him even if he was a Republican.
I'd love to write about all of my concerns but I don't think the Indy would dedicate half of their publication to me. (If you want, I can write a book of my concerns and sell it to you for five dollars.) These were just the ones I decided to touch upon. And I hate to break it to you, but the only reason the above issues are political is because there are backward-thinking individuals voicing their opposition. There have been a lot of people like that, like you I suppose, and they're the losers of our history books.
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