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Letter To Township Supervisors

    November 10, 1998
To: John Sauser, Chairman Board of Supervisors  
From: Republican Committee: Charlie Philips and Sue Staas
Democratic Committee: Louise Cantrell-Kehoe and Michael Churchill
Subject: Pennsylvania Turnpike Slip Ramp  
As you are aware, on election day an overwhelming number (70%) of the citizen voters of Charlestown signed a petition expressing their opposition to the proposed slip ramp in Charlestown. 703 signatures were recorded on election day.
Since we supported this as a non-partisan effort, we are anxious to make sure that all the people from Charlestown are made aware of this petition. Accordingly, we request a timely position on the agenda of the December 7, 1998 supervisors& meeting to formally present this petition and accompanying signatures to the supervisors. We also request the opportunity at that time to engage in meaningful discussion as to how the supervisors will actively lobby to help stop this unnecessary intrusion into our beautiful township.
This is an excellent opportunity to present a unified front to Harrisburg and to all other involved parties to let them know that Charlestown cares about its quality of life.
Thank you for your consideration. We shall see you on December 7.
  Democratic Committee,   Republican Committee  
cc: Irene Ewald
Robert Wert

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