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Lawrence’s Daughter Makes Appeal To Public

May 19, 2014

To the Reader’s Forum: I’m appealing to the people of Chautauqua County to join the effort underway to save the murals which are currently slated for demolition at the James Prendergast Library....

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CREDENCE

May-19-14 9:20 AM

Trog, Do you happen to know why God made the planets round?

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snottynosepunk

May-19-14 7:46 AM

RIP

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troglodyte

May-19-14 7:27 AM

How much was paid initially for the murals? Who decided what the value was relative to other uses of the money? What consideration was given then of the possible future need for remodeling? Why were the murals fixed so immovably in place? Were other possibilities considered? Who made these decisions? When the disability advocates organized, whatever they were thinking about did not include things like this. When the politicians voted it in, they didn't think of things like this. Now no one knows their names, let alone holds them responsible. The market might decide which is more important: books, murals, or handicapped bathrooms, but now it is a sequence of power and well timed sophisticated propaganda maneuvers.

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