If David Kindt is so concerned about the graffiti on the railroad overpass on state Route 303, why doesn't he take his civic pride and paint it?

It sounds like he has more contempt for the city than the pride he speaks of. The graffiti contains no obscenities or anything derogatory. The high school kids are carrying on a tradition that our family has seen in the over 40 years we have been in Hudson. It actually makes me smile and marvel at the passage of time every year when I see the new class has left a harmless mark on the bridge.

You also might show a little respect to the city workers. Just because their wages are "tax-paid" doesn't make them your slaves to "order." They are professionals paid to a job. Hopefully, when spring finally arrives you'll cheer up a little. Sheesh!

Marty Boise, Hudson


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