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Rick MacLean's Viewpoint column in the Guardian on May 11, he quotes (Three Rivers) Coun. Cindy MacLean of the Georgetown area saying, "I think the eastern end of the Island will get their fair share now," in reference to the King government being sworn-in. Could she explain what she means by "fair share"? Is it a fair share of the money, jobs, government offices, snow removal, hospitals, doctors … what? Her statement, in and of itself, is satisfying to her constituents but sure needs clarification.
Lloyd C. McKenna,