Letter: Shelter changes don't have to cost a lot of money

Published: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 03:56 PM.

If I was not a widow living in the only home my husband and I built and a senior citizen in bad health with a life expectancy of 5 to 7 years, I would get out of Dodge and give my home away. The board runs our lives financially, or should I say ruins our lives for the tourists and ballplayers.

The Greenfield Heights church recreation center had one ball field and indoor basketball court, and bathrooms and kitchen and rooms indoors and outdoors for all ages. With foresight, the board could have moved the senior center into some of that area and traded the current senior center with the church congregation, and a beautiful financial deal could have been done.

The grant city of Havelock would be popular with us who have to pay taxes when the board spends and spends. Pay attention at election time.

Inga DeRoche, Havelock 

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