Officials need to dig deeper to solve city’s problems

Posted 2/3/13

To the editor,

Last week I attended two meetings that brought a bit of joy and a great deal more sadness.

The first was the City Council meeting on the 22nd. The joy came from hearing that the city and the developers of Rumford Center …

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