Estate sale disgrace
A very well attended estate sale took place in Methuen over the weekend. The behavior of some of the attendees would confirm that society is in a severe decline. Clothing was taken off hangers and dropped on the floor; drawers and closets were rifled; some things were broken, etc. It would be prudent to remember that this was once someone’s life, beloved home and cherished belongings.
To “No Mow” — It is important that everyone in a neighborhood maintains their property. While it may be your property, it directly affects the value of the properties around it. I don’t want to see your furniture, trash or overgrown or unkempt lawn when I look out my window. I would say to you, if you don’t want the responsibility then don’t buy a home with a yard.
Bring back cart
It would be so nice if the person who took a carrying cart on Sunday from in front of a house on Broadway in Haverhill would return it. The 70-plus owner was using it to carry potting soil, garden supplies, etc. to the front of her home to plant flowers. She ended up having to lug bags of recycling, etc. without the use of her cart — not an easy chore.
Same old Ed
Please do not be fooled by all the Markey Malarkey on TV. The fact that Mrs. Obama came to campaign for him proves he is part of the same old, same old machine that we are so disgusted and disappointed with. People complain constantly as we are forced to endure all of the unjust uses of the Social Security fund that the workers paid into all their lives. The politicians continue to support EBT cards, insurance and many other privileges for people who don’t contribute, have never worked, don’t intend to and just live off the spoils as our sacred fund is diminishing. At least the other candidate seems to grasp the issues and promises to try to change the giveaway trend. If you are really dissatisfied with the way things are now, get to the polls and vote on June 25. It is up to the people to let the government know we mean business.