Newsletter photo may not be full story
In response to his Nov. 3 letter (“Teacher sets bad example with mask”) and Mr. Jenner’s concern over the photo that was in the Scotia-Glenville School District newsletter, we would like to say as a business associate to Ms. Marquis, she would never put her students or herself in harm’s way. She is a kind, passionate, caring woman with a heart of gold.
As businesswomen who wear masks all day long, sometimes you need to take a few minutes to breathe fresh air.
Maybe at the time the photo was taken was when Ms. Marquis was taking a break.
Perhaps the photographer didn’t alert Ms. Marquis that her photo would be taken at that exact moment and to be published in a newsletter for residents to see.
Mr. Jenner, do you wear a mask for hours at end while in a dry working environment?
River Stone Manor owed apology by Joy
Liz Joy’s campaign party not only jeopardized her supporter’s health but also the livelihood of a hard working Glenville small businessman and his employees.
River Stone Manor has been severely impacted by the coronavirus shutdown and Skip Sgarlata has struggled since March to keep this beautiful venue open and meet the restrictions imposed by the pandemic.
This irresponsible action of Joy’s puts his liquor license and business in danger.
He is the one who will pay the price, not Liz Joy.
She ought to be ashamed and accept responsibility. She ought to apologize.
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