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DEAR EDITOR:
Tom Mulhern (letters, Nov. 13) says the city should seize
downtown property through eminent domain.
DEAR EDITOR:

Tom Mulhern (letters, Nov. 13) says the city should seize downtown property through eminent domain. (Where are Dennis Taylor, Denise Bear Appuzo, Kristine Dillon, and all the other hypocritic defenders of the sex club, who constantly say to mind your own business? Oh, that’s right: they like government takeovers as long as it’s in their interest.) This is revolting!

Tom, downtown is not city property. It is PRIVATE. You don’t own it, so butt out. If you don’t like the way it looks, don’t go there. Myself, there are five downtown businesses which I patronize, and NONE of them need the socialist improvements that you demand. In fact, a fancy-dancy downtown would drive up their rent. The city should first maintain its own property (such as the east half of Las Animas Veterans Park, which has been a bum haven for over a decade) before even THINKING about downtown.

Alan Viarengo, Gilroy

Submitted Wednesday, Nov. 13 to [email protected]

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