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Any simple pleasures left in Bruns?

Rod Murray, Ocean Shores

You have to love the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce and their selective perception. When ratepayers call for paid parking to finance Council and community development, we get soft and cuddly ‘Simple Pleasures’.

When the town is overrun in the middle of a global catastrophe, because there are no ‘known’ cases here, we get marginal adherence to social distancing and crowding and open slather moneymaking. Definitely nothing simple or pleasurable about it.


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