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Public has right to know

March 18, 2014

Last week, we saw yet another example locally of how officials can obstruct the public’s right to know significant information....

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gville70

Mar-19-14 7:11 PM

Humm can't post f a r t

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gville70

Mar-19-14 7:11 PM

Bob we already know you are an old*****that lives on the trail and blocks expansion and common sense even with property that isn't yours .. Try to stay on topic old man..

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MrBoB51

Mar-19-14 11:09 AM

By some of the opinions expressed here one would get the impression the LH is following the example of Big Media in covering up and sugar coating our Presidents illegal acts. A lot of you don't care about that so, what's the problem?

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MrBoB51

Mar-19-14 10:59 AM

That's just too funny mrshubbs, you cancelled your subscription so as to not support them financially yet here you are...posting and supporting them financially thru the ad's the online edition generates because of your and others presence and interest. Seems..what, a bit counterproductive to your stated goal?

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mrshubbs

Mar-18-14 8:14 PM

Agree, but first you have to make enough of them care.

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Patriot1

Mar-18-14 7:42 PM

Yes, there are significant problems, but G'ville will not rise again unless enough people are sufficienntly motivated to exert massive pressure upon those who are in elected office to comply with both the process and practice of transparency.

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mrshubbs

Mar-18-14 5:34 PM

I fully agree. They pilloried a number of good people last year and lost my respect so I cancelled the subscription. Why contribute financially to hypocritical editorial decisions? It's all about what dirt and bad news sells more papers.

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JustAnotherOpinion

Mar-18-14 3:37 PM

This newspaper actually caring about public rights? The continual cover-ups by this paper of the crimes of Dayton King against this city and painting him a pretty color when you know he is a criminal who should be prosecuted for what he has done while in office is proof the LH should not be speaking about public rights to know. Where is your real coverage of the man in possession of drugs in the school? Why not do an editorial on how it was swept under the rug? Practice what you preach LH!

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jeffwalters108

Mar-18-14 12:43 PM

I would like to know why a Gloversville school assistant superintendent placed on paid administrative leave for being arrested with drugs has not been followed up in our locale paper is this being swept under the rug to allow a drug addict back into our school

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Gofigure

Mar-18-14 12:33 PM

This is based on the assumption that the 'public' still cares, rather than the newspaper's gripes about not being able to find out who to assassinate. It works both ways.

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