I was disappointed to see so much criticism in last week’s Enterprise of the board of selectmen for doing what they were elected to do: which is to run the town in a business-like manner.
The town is not faced with a “humanitarian crisis.” The “children” are pawns. This issue is the result of dysfunction at the federal level. It could have been anticipated and avoided completely if our elected officials in Washington did their jobs with the same degree of competence as our selectmen have demonstrated.
Alfred S. Kent