Sensational coverage

Jan 7, 2019 by

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I was disappointed with Tim Huber’s article on LMC and Nelson Okanya (“EMM Leader’s Termination Leaves Unanswered Questions,” Dec. 27) because of its sensational nature. Most people understand that discussions such as these require confidentiality, and we would be upset if that was broken. I respect all parties involved who refused to disclose details that were not appropriate to share. Having said that, it’s not hard to read between the lines and understand this move by LMC. Let’s stop bad-mouthing people and organizations for making careful decisions without making anyone look evil.

Nelson Shenk
Bally, Pa.


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