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Letters From the Issue of Thursday, March 16, 2006

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Randy Pullen lost the election to Mayor Phil Gordon, and now he wants to stall progress in our city? Let him buzz off. And, in fact, now that I hear more of what he believes, I'm even more convinced that he was the wrong man for the job.

Of course politicians at all levels of government are less than totally honest. At the same time, though, we elected these folks, and I believe that now it is time to trust them and let them improve our city in the ways that the bond package promises.

If we vote it down, that means at least another year will go by before anything happens. Is anyone else besides me getting sick of waiting?

And as for property tax increases, I would say to Phoenix residents: Do we want this city to become more like Portland and San Francisco, or more like Midland-Odessa, Texas, and Fresno, California?
Gregory Falkenstein, Phoenix

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