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Rather than moving, Wayne Armitage is voting with his money

Commentary from Wayne Armitage

Just wanted to let everyone know that Barbara and I went to Pulaski county yesterday. We went to Sinking Valley Winery and had a wonderful day at the Winery. We met a very nice couple who moved here from Ohio about 3 months ago.

When they asked where locals went for a nice Non Smoking place to eat, all the locals said, in harmony "go to Lexington." Well, we went into Somerset, and ate at a nice Non-Smoking establishment. Again we took our money to another nice county, which is not living in the Dark Ages. - WAYNE ARMITAGE.

Wayne, thanks. I think you have the right to vote with your dollars. But vehemently disagree with your implying that people in Adair County are living in the Dark Ages, if that's what's you're saying. Making progressive changes will be about coming together, not polarizing. -Ed Waggener

This story was posted on 2011-10-13 09:00:47
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