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Letter: Beveridge not ready for attorney post

5:18 PM, Mar. 20, 2013  |  Comments
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I and many other residents of Edgewater Manor are concerned about its sale by the city. We love our home and hope it won't be sold.

City Council member Andrew Beveridge urged the Community Development Authority to approve the sale for $800,000. However, a later bidder offered $1 million for our building. Mr. Beveridge thought the first price of $800,000 was the best deal the city could get, too good to pass up.

Beveridge's inexperience in the real estate field is evident. Now, he wants to be city attorney with no qualifications. I taught school for over 30 years, I say go back to the real world school.

Kay Schmoll

Stevens Point

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