News never printed-death to homeless veterans
In writing the town is using the protest art work at 465 Packers falls Rd in Lee NH (to be removed at town expense) for permission to let the Veteran Resort-Chapel (VRC) at 101 Stepping Stone Rd to be built. A conspiracy to use the lives of US Military Veterans living in the cold to force a resident on the other side of town to remove artwork the town selectmen and planning board do not like. The hard part to believe is the newspapers refuse to inform their readers of this criminal and atrocious act. The next meeting with the town board is on April 24, at 7PM in the Lee Fire Station. The newspapers are welcome to copies of the letter from the Lee Planning board member Kevin Crawford a neighbor to the VRC. Kevin used his position and trusted government power to run up the expenses of the VRC by having the driveway placed in the wrong spot then moved. He also is a part of the conspiracy to get the artwork on Packers falls rd removed. Kevin has an electrical and development business that appears uses government power to keep homeless and disabled US Military Veterans from his neighborhood. Can this be the truth or do I see the truth wrong?
A letter from the local building inspector clearly talks about the conspiracy and asks the selectmen for permission to move forward on it. So far the Lee government has publicly stated they are all for helping US Military Veterans but has continued using the trusted power of the people to run up the VRC expenses to delay and cause attritions to stop homeless US Military Veterans from coming to Lee NH or finding shelter in Lee NH.
I have it in writing and the newspapers still refuse to print it. I did agree that the lives of homeless US Military Veterans is worth my pride to let the artwork be removed. It is ashamed that the Town of Lee New Hampshire thinks so little of the US Military Veterans in this great nation.
Letters to the editor was started boy our founding fathers to allow the average citizen to inform the public of just such atrocities’
Peter Macdonald Sgt USMC Semper Fi