standing Letters

In response to the recent letter to the editor, “Drawing a line in the sand” by George Tremblay, he claims to agree with “a public right to beach-front access,” yet sees strolling along the beach as provocation for arrest. Many would agree that “beach-front access” and “strolling along the beach” are the same thing. Are we only to use the beach where no houses are present? Is being arrested one of our constitutionally protected rights?

Thank you Mr. Tremblay for further illustrating my point. It’s not just some politicians who speak out of both sides of their mouths.

Scott Keeley

Charlestown

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