Follow-Up Letter To The Editor Titled “The Wonderland World Of Lot 4”
Follow-up to the Letter to the Editor titled: “The Wonderland World of Lot 4”
In the letter posted in the paper a few additions prior to this titled ‘The Wonderland World of Lot 4’, I made the following statement: “Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English.)” ] Where the Friends of Lot 4 are concerned, we too seem to be living in Alice’s topsy-turvey world. Having milked about all they can from rhapsodizing about the “magnificent views” and quintessential conservation values attached to a vacant lot adjacent to the Safeway, the “Friends,” four in number, have in recent days turned their guns upon the EPMC/Anschutz Wellness Center project. These individuals, none of whom are financial professionals with any experience in the world of business where payrolls do have to be met and books balanced, would have you believe.”
It has been brought to my attention this is an inaccurate statement and I wish to take full responsibility for the inaccuracy.
The section of this statement that needs to be revised is the following: “….These individuals, none of whom are financial professionals with any experience in the world of business where payrolls do have to be met and books balanced, would have you believe.”
The more accurate statement which I should have used is, “….These individuals, few of whom are financial professionals and none who have any experience in Estes area businesses where payrolls do have to be met and books balanced…”.
I stand corrected and apologize to the ‘4’ referenced above for the inaccuracy. As for the rest of the letter, I stand by the accuracy of the statements.
Estes Park, CO