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"Good Neighbors"
Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • Posted September 21, 2011

It isn’t often that we get new neighbors where I live, in the rolling countryside with privacy, peace and quiet. The loudest thing we hear is the occasional reassuring sound of someone expressing his 2nd Amendment Rights.But, when I found out there were folks that wanted to share the countryside and be our new “good neighbors” I felt we could welcome them to Katemcy, once the home of the Comanche Indians and their Chief, Ketemoczy. Has anyone ever told you they want to be your “good neighbor?” Probably not. It should of raised a red flag, but I didn’t realize some money grubbing, water sucking, road wrecking, sand slinging, dynamite blowing, real estate destroying group of individuals would talk about being a “good neighbor.”So, if someone comes up to you and says they want to be your “good neighbor” you know those are the code words for—— sand pits.

Robert Beaulieu

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