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Feedback: How to solve CADA problem

It is time for action. A crisis has developed in our community that demands immediate action by the citizens and all levels of local, state and federal government. Organizations like CADA cannot be allowed to run amok, threatening the very fabric of society.

Here are a few suggestions to solve this problem. First, the local judge should assume jurisdiction and appoint a three person, blue ribbon panel to examine all the facts and submit its findings. Second, a grand jury should be convened to review its findings. Third, a three judge panel on the federal level should be appointed to approve these findings. Fourth, a special prosecutor should be appointed to require all persons connected with CADA or even knowing of them to attend anger management courses followed by interpersonal relations training.

These steps would be expensive of course, but I’m sure all taxpayers will be only too happy to support another tax levy to pay for it. Or an alternative course of action may be, fold up CADA and go back to baking cookies.

K.R. Rider

Oak Harbor

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