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Young, Reed continue fight

‘I ask that you consider the important community impact of this closure.’

November 2, 2013

State Senator Catharine Young released a letter she sent to state Health Department Commissioner Nirav R....

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Nov-04-13 11:14 PM

Reed's blurb is just a sop written by some staff wienie. It shows no evidence of knowledge of what's going on nor interest. "...staying in communication.." shows little interest or concern. But then he's soooo busy in Washington voting NO on everything or drafting resolutions that garner NO sponsors and go NO where.

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Nov-02-13 11:08 PM

Sen. Young is taking action. Rep. Reed is keep abreast of the situation. Typical.

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Nov-02-13 9:47 PM

Hospital closure is not the cause of the problem - it is the reault of the problem. The reason we are losing schools, churches and now hospitals is our declining population. Why are we losing population? It's because we lack jobs. Why do we lack jobs? It's because it costs to much to operate a business here. Why does it cost too much to operate a business here? It's because we have far too much government for the size of our population and tax base. What can be done about the problem? Elect people who have a basic understanding of business and economics and elect people who have the guts to make the needed changes.

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Nov-02-13 10:04 AM

Wow -- both legislators spend 50 cents a piece for stamps in a lame attempt -- with no solutions -- to tell a private enterprise a $7 million operating losses how they should run their business.

They epitomize the saying "Talk is Cheap."

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Nov-02-13 6:21 AM

Thank you Senator Young!

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Nov-02-13 5:31 AM

The effort needs to continue full-bore from all the players in this region.

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