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Comments for: Senate candidate says Falmouth council attacked him over sign lettering

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  • Anonymous

    What petty tyrants. Who in their right mind would want to open a business in Falmouth if this is how they treat people?

  • Anonymous

    Sounds like the council is jealous of his success.

  • Anonymous

    If they spent 40 minutes on the sign issue, it sounds like they were very organized in their plans. I’ll assume they planned ahead on their responses to counter any of Woods’ rebuttals. 

  • Anonymous

    Sounds like crapola.

  • Anonymous

    ‘Councilor Chris Orestis said he wanted to impose a punitive fine and “hurt” Woods to send a message that he must respect town laws.’

    Respect Town Laws? How about showing some respect for the Constitutional right of free speech. A typical elitist politico who in support of the right of free speech seeks to prohibit same when it offends him personally. Orestis – step down – the Constitution trumps your petty angst.

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