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Craig not anti-bay, just a government skeptic

Concerning recent comments regarding Harford County Executive David Craig's position on the "rain tax," I believe what Mr. Craig was saying is it is time to re-examine the whole issue ("Council introduces bill for Craig's repeal of 'rain tax,' Oct. 2).

We have been trying to "save the Chesapeake Bay" for 50 or more years. Just let us know where the money goes, who truly benefits, how many bureaucrats receive jobs, etc. Do not provide large categories, just give us some real specific information on its use. And how did the state decide that certain counties would be taxed, but other Maryland citizens are not? Where are the lawyers on this one?

H. Glen Miller, White Hall

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