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3O Letters Continued from p Ige 29 based upon half-n uths. innuendo, information taken out of context, hearsay and exag8 .ration. Toss in FRIDAY, MARC 4 5 - MONDAY, MARCH 8, 201 and p} :cedent-based public hear- ing wl-/:h though costly, wa his right u Lder the law. The chief had be m placed on adminisative leave a long with his lieutenafit less th: n a year prior (wrongdoing found) to this past spring's il)vesti- "fear tactics" and ; be taken farther m the truth. If votes are cast hearsay by voters sought out the fac born things" as A, what will their go built upon, stone shifting sand? In doing a bit o: learned that the tl ty last ever, federa by the Departmer the Milton Police just concluded livered only wan town, not the dfi tlement agreemer al government, as with prior investJ fully, no mes wer Milton. Regrettal: vestigation came chief's reinstatem sparkedby an act the chief and his [ saddened to repoi gation was undert due to the way the Department has t ployees in the arn going manageme] problems simila sparked the prior tions. Sadly, this third yet again, one of t facts." Ironically, story" is all that c; town moved agaii upholding all law, for properly carry providing the chic n electorate can td farther from based on ho have not :s, those "stub- ams noted, then ernments be -hard facts or "research, I have tird and hopeful- investigation : of Labor of Department was Fhis time it de- ings to our ectives of a set- t with the feder- was the case gating. Thank- levied against ly, this third in- bout after the mr. It was Jf retaliation by eutenant, I am t. The invesfi- &en once again, Milton Police eated its em- ted forces. On- tt and personnel to this had two investiga- investigation is aose "stubborn the "rest of the tree before. Our Lst it chief while and mandates hag Out the law, f a fair, open gation. The both tL the sec wrong1 ees), bl state pq quest a Office: the tou tions o the to howew side so for ani mainec to prot, so arrl remain investi The: the sat counci investi proces hearint be a lel proces facts ff be exp, towns COSTS a additie the toy to tov the fed OftentJ :own sought help fror e state police (to assis 3nd investigation of / ill treatment of empk tt due to staff shortag, flice denied the tow nd the Attorney Gend tin leged y- !S, 's re- Val'S ethical what it openly. "Facts ( in truly sion of ;aid it should be hanc led by TL Either of these tw 9 op- based )uld have possibly saed thousands of dolla/s; then ,x, without these two 9ut - ing on lrces available, the ned fact. aternal investigation e- The town was obligated ;ct everyone's rights d al- e at the truth. No chbice M other than an outside ;ation. e are the facts. They are ae facts that persuaded mem] to move foztward wit h its ,ration. The chief by "ue Cape ' law requested a public ;. Council knew is ould lgthy and perhaps costly seat. ;. Often, those stubb0rn boards at add up to the truthlcan msive propositions. M1 nust expect and bear such : some time or another. In bet. I c n, it was incumbent cpon dates T to provide all safeg-ards t employees as dictat6d by ral whistle-blowers law. who mes, you have to loo1 at NEWS as they do. the district. r the desire to uphold A community is only as strong Milton did We have a and it dealt with good schoo with fine honestly and ; and had it right. things!" , if you follow the facts - the truth yourselfa voter. Milton will citizens in posses- that safeguard namely, "those facts." If votes are cast the facts as opposed to innuendo, etc., can continue build- of stone-hard little shall beI Jeff Dailey Milton ng school board says thanks announced to the )oard of educa- I would not be running . Area B board school and Sussex '- it is time to turn my to another interested - mere- candi- them well. I thank those ,. supported our efforts years to improve most importantly, i We fit to give our kids art new high is to work hard to cellence middleschools our leaders bring our and in- has seen state-of-the- we can our task now 7 and to rally behind to to the pre- mier state. It will take the effort in a way that one involved Our students best that we portunity to years. I G. Harry Papaleo, CPA Corporate, Partnership & lndividua Business Tax Plato Bookkee l Services Business Services Qu & Individual Accounl dng Auditin ing Loan Ac kvailable Assistat Advisory * Estate Plannin LckBooks  Professional A Call for an appointment 302-644-8600 1143 Savannah goad, Savannah Station - Suite 2 Serving all three counties with other 1309 Philadelph ia Pike 200 S. Du Wilmington, DE 19809 support rand in Henlopen, the op- last five ;an] D. Wray Lewes on page 31 ! 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