Letters to the Editor
Updated: December 23, 2011 11:02AM
Making Franklin Park better not an
Are you shopping in our town? Are you supporting the businesses in our town?
Could the Kohls store be the number one pick on our village’s wish list, or maybe yours?
Is there any future plans on the drafting tables for new developments, or are the plans still rolled in rubber board? Is Egg Harbor restaurant coming for breakfast in our kind of town? Holy cow Harry — Hey Hey Jack, can it be, will it be?
Will downtown Franklin Avenue have a crystal ball to rub for a wish to the future?
Look out Rosemont. Watch out Elmhurst.
Did I just have a bad dream, or the impossible dream or a dream back in time from a trip on a time machine? Please wake me up.
I’m not trying to stir up the citizens of Franklin Park to ask not what your town can do for you, but ask what you can do for your town. Thanks Mr. Kennedy.
I believe the way we can assure our survival of success to our community is to set Franklin Park moving in the right direction by having local government making us some promises and fulfillments that the people here can expect in the future to build on.
Even with the economy off track, we can still persevere by having a possible dream. Can’t we?
Dreams are OK to have. Look at Martin Luther King, he had a dream, and it may have cost him his life, but brought everyone together and made it work. Thanks Dr. King.
We all can make this place where we live a better place to be proud of by rolling up our sleeves and working together for ideas for a brighter tomorrow. I hope so.
We cannot look back at the hardships that our town has faced, or complain about the many things or who was right and who was wrong. In closing, in order for all of us to inherit success here, we need to send the time machine forward to the future for the people and places and things that will not give us the impossible dream, but a dream to the future.