This lot is six (6) acres and I am unaware of any historical significance. It is surrounded by almost 350 acres of fields, flowers, and open space. I hope the state takes it back, as is their right, and puts in a transfer station. However, we all know that will not happen because the state got the better end of the deal when they sold us Asbestos Alley.
This essay highlights the significance of maintaining historical and cultural landmarks for future generations. It is meant to act as a constant reminder that once these things are misplaced, there is no way to get them back. A compelling call to duty in the interest of safeguarding our history.
While I am mildly concerned to learn that this candidate is running for a spot on the LC, I am especially concerned that the Democratic Town Council sees fit to endorse this person's run for office. Are they simply desperate to fill the ticket, or do they actually embrace his behavior and language? I would expect that any voter who witnessed Mr. Hinden in action at recent town meetings would understand that he is unfit to serve the public.