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Wonders why Westlake is being helped

Comments re article 46886 Westake gets 400000 loan Court goes noteRick Caldwell writes:
Why are our tax dollars being giving to Westlake. We will never see that money back. - Rick Caldwell
Rick Caldwell, thanks for voicing you opinion. I think you're dead wrong on this one. We'll know in 90 days, when all the money is due to be paid back - or not. We'll know when the county's hospital is saved - or not. And we'll know when the $1 million a month payroll is saved - or not. And we'll know each time another life is saved because Westlake Regional Hospital is here when Rick Caldwell and his family or Ed Waggener and his family desperately needs it - or not. Write again to tell me you told us so, if you're right - or just to tell us you were wrong, if, as I hope is the case, you are. -ED WAGGENER.



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