Dear Editor:

I am responding to a letter the two supervisors wrote to you. I would like the people of Rush Township to know I'm not the bad guy. It was two supervisors that said the township owned the road. They could have come and taken the chain down at any time but opted to spend $10,000 of taxpayers money, not me. This is America, and I'm a veteran who fought for the right to defend myself when someone files a lawsuit against you. They said it is a road, but where do a road with telephone in a middle of it, and other things that people have on it.

Why would you run for election as an auditor if they have no function? They would rather spend $10,000 for a C.P.A. than have their elected auditors do it.

The only neighbors they had testify were the ones with a personal agenda, which were their friends. They had gotten what they wanted in the judgment, so stop playing politics and silly kid games and grow up and move on to more important things in the township.

Thank you,

William D. Boyer

Rush Township