The saga of Mark Eves being selected and then rightfully removed as president of Good Will-Hinckley has gone on long enough. The district attorney and attorney general have ruled that Gov. Paul LePage did not break any rules or laws. Maybe both should be investigating how such an unqualified candidate was selected in the first place? Pure and simple, Eves was caught with his hands in the cookie jar.

With all the very serious issues confronting our state, any legislators that insist on wasting more time on this issue are guilty of grandstanding and shamefully neglecting the much more important problems they were elected to address.

Carlton D. Pratt


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