Letter: Upset by inaccurate representation

Posted 4/21/22

Without my knowledge or permission, my name and address were signed to a letter published in the Chestnut Hill Local last week. I had never seen this letter before it appeared in the paper, nor would I ever have agreed to sign it. 

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Letter: Upset by inaccurate representation

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Without my knowledge or permission, my name and address were signed to a letter published in the Chestnut Hill Local last week. I had never seen this letter before it appeared in the paper, nor would I ever have agreed to sign it. 

The letter included opinions I do not share and its tone was angry and confrontational. This is totally the opposite to how I would ever approach a problem, and it made my heart sink to see my name listed as an author. 

I have spent countless hours since the paper came out trying to inform everyone I know in the community that this letter was not from me, but understand that some of this damage cannot be undone.

For the record, please know that my husband and I have enjoyed volunteering in the community throughout the years we have lived here. Our focus has always been, and will continue to be, on working together to find solutions for the common good. 

We hope to continue to have the privilege and pleasure of working with many friends and neighbors who have a similar goal. It is one of the things that makes the Chestnut Hill community so special, and we will not lose sight of that.

Sincerely,

Mary Pomichter

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