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Mays Chapel seniors dread opening day of school [Letter]

I live in Mays Chapel North and now have an elementary school in my backyard. Come a few weeks from now and our peaceful senior development will be chaos, with school buses and screaming children ("Kamenetz is a bully; put him in his place on election day," Aug. 9).

We raised our children and are mostly grandparents, so we have nothing against kids, just politicians who are power hungry and are the closest thing to dictators.

Our beautiful 10-acre park was destroyed by bulldozers along with our peace and quiet. The Sun should send a reporter and photographer out to our development to record just what power and no regard for the taxpayer has achieved.

Regina Sztajer

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