Comments for: Quality-of-life committee members share why they love Bangor, prepare to tackle issues

Posted Dec. 14, 2012, at 8:14 p.m.

BANGOR | While “Believe in Bangor,” a new committee formed to focus on quality-of-life issues, will be tackling some big problems facing the city in coming months, its first meeting on Friday focused largely on what community members love about their city. Nearly 50 Bangor residents, business owners and …

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  • Admin Person

    Step one) Close the methadone clinics.

    • Anonymous

      Addiction is an illness. What are you going to do with those attempting rehab?

      • Anonymous

        What did we do prior to the clinics opening? Methadone just prolongs the illness for many years. I speak from experience, My addiction was conquered by my own will to get things right.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll consider moving back to Bangor if they close the methadone clinics and bring in jobs. Seems like it would take a miracle but one can hope.

  • Anonymous

    They already know what they want tom do. They just wanted a dozen or so people to show up to agree with them and then present it as what the people want.. The Last thing they wanted was that many people showing up.. The lies they want to present to the people are to hard to hide from that many people. I’ll be there again.

  • Anonymous

    A list of factors that leads to a quality of life. And who dicided what these are.. The same people who don’t want you to attend.. Oh just shut up and listen, sort of like the school board

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