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Scott Keeley objects to characterization of his dispute over ownership of beach rights as a provocation (Jan 18). How else might we interpret the photo of Keeley casually ignoring “No Trespassing” and “Private Property” signs while strolling along beach-front properties?

I agree with Keeley’s assertion of a public right to beach-front access. I am concerned about his ability to temper an impulse toward over-reaction to criticism, should he win his bid for election to Charlestown’s town council.

George Tremblay

Charlestown

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