Bill Dwyer: I don't care how it gets done

To the editor:

Wow, a special invite from the city manager. I'm so honored.

I do have to question your timing though.

I write about you being an overpriced city servant for the poorest city in New Hampshire, no invite.

I write about the lack of city service (snow removal and lack of street sweeper). No invite.

But I write about the fiasco you caused by removing the city nurse, I get an invite.

I do have to decline your offer at this time for I feel that it is but a fishing expedition on your part to try and find out where I heard my rumor.

I may take you up on the offer in the future.

Anyways, I hear even if I went and asked questions, the answers I would get are "I can't answer that right now" or "I'll get back to you on that." So I'll save you the embarrassment.

Anyways, you don't seem to understand: I don't care how it gets done, only that it gets done.

Whether it be snow removal or street sweeper it is an embarrassment to the city.

I drive through North Conway, their streets are getting swept. I drive though Gorham, their streets are getting swept. I drive back to Berlin, not yet.

I'm a retiree on fixed income who has COPD, who is getting tired of my taxes constantly going up and not receiving the city services I am paying for.

It's the same thing every year. I moved back here 11 years ago, and thought that surely Berlin knows how to handle the different seasons. Still hoping.

Bill Dwyer