Bill Bivens: Dillon needs to set aside egos, lawyers |

Bill Bivens: Dillon needs to set aside egos, lawyers

Wow, can’t say enough about that editorial, it’s right on point, good job SDN editorial board! Towns like Dillon need to work with their citizens, and in these tough economic times they need citizens to help keep the many products and services that they offer, like the amphitheatre and urban renewal projects.

Making enemies of citizens is no way to run a town or city.

As president of the Yacht Club Condominiums homeowners association, I personally would welcome the opportunity to meet with the Dillon Town Council and the employees of the town to find a workable solution. However to date, our requests have repeatedly been thwarted by excuse after excuse or one false misstatement after another.

As a group of citizens that have a court order in hand by a highly esteemed judge and still to get no cooperation from the town officials, it leaves a really bad taste in our mouths.

We don’t really know who is running the Town of Dillon, egos or lawyers, but its time to put egos away and find a recpath to a solution, pardon the pun.

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