A new year’s resolution

December 14, 2016   ·   0 Comments

OF ALL THE  THINGS crying out for a resolution in the new year, none can surely top the bizarre campaign being waged by the Town of Mono against Dr. Cliff Singer’s bid to hold a couple of water-skiing competitions on his beutiful little lake.

As you’ll read elsewhere in this issue, Mono resident Lewis Baker tried Tuesday night to get an explanation for the Town’s expenditure of hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars in trying to have the Niagara Escarpment Commission deny Dr. Singer’s application for a development permit the NEC says is needed for him to host the competitions, which usually attract 25 to 50 participants and involve the use of only one boat with an inboard motor.

All Mr. Baker received was a remark by Mono CEO Mark Early that next month might see a resolution of the dispute which would head off a planned resumption of the NEC hearings in February.

Mono taxpayers can only hope.

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