Businesses that bring folk into a deserted area provide a well organised area.
Businesses that bring folk into a deserted area provide a well organised area. Rob Williams

Business owners deserve pat on back

THANK you for still having opinions/letters and postal contact.

I do not have a computer device, etc. (cannot use), like thousands of others, so would be like those in North Korea, no voice.

I like Ipswich folk on average. Most are thoughtful, caring folk. In the mid-'70s, I came down from up country to shop and get my boys' hair cut and a treat meal at Coles cafeteria, at Reids.

I have sung the praises of retailers all over the Ipswich area. Since my stroke, there have been many folk who take the time from their busy lives to ask if they can help me. Getting on and off buses, they always give me a hand, along with bus drivers.

The good folk in the mall area have been used, abused and evily let down.

Business owners being moved around like chess pieces. Why? To what purpose or end?

Businesses that bring folk into a deserted area provide a well organised area and amusement to good folk. Disabled folk get the chance to mix, have intelligent conversation and enjoy themselves without being made to feel "odd".

What is going on?

This town belongs to those who live here - not those (many of whom do not live here), who play games with others' lives.

Stay well, look after yourselves.

DIANE BAKER



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