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Watching President Trump “condemn” white supremacy and hatred following a weekend of shootings was among the saddest events I have witnessed in a long time. President Trump struggled to read, hesitantly, without passion, as if unconnected to the message that someone else had obviously written for him.Sadder were the words he agreed to read, words that deflected the causes behind recent shootings to everything but the dehumanizing, divisive, hatred-provoking character of his own spoken and body language and that which he calls out from others. As sad is the solid support he gets from the Republicans in the House and Senate.I will find some small reason to believe Mr. Trump’s sincerity in condemning white supremacy and hatred when he condemns both during his rallies with the equivalent emotional fervor, spontaneity and passionate energy with which he pompously incites his base, speaks through the one-way protection of Twitter, and, on Fox News, thrashes against all who disagree.Bob LongNiskayunaDon’t put shootings off on the mentally illAt the age of 23, I was a trained federal agent. I carried a .357 Magnum and other accoutrements. I was also an undiagnosed manic depressive. I suffered wild manic episodes and then grievous depression. Yet somehow, I managed to kill no one. Not even myself.The notion that mental illness is at the root of killing sprees is flat-out wrong. What is at the root of these sprees is triple-pronged: 1. Testosterone 2. Anger 3. Delusion.People like to say shooters, by the very act of a mass killing, are crazy. But it’s not the kind of crazy you find on the DSM. So it calls into question what exactly is a mental illness? Manic depression is a disorder of mood, which is physical. Personality disorders abound, but is this actually an illness? What do we mean when we say mental? Are we referring to the brain, which is a physical organ? Wouldn’t it be more logical to call mental illness brain disorders?It’s high time we had a discussion about mental illness, but we cannot lay responsibility for slaughters on those who just happen to have a diagnosis.Erin GiangiacomoBallston LakeObama a far better American than TrumpNo one should be surprised at Donald Trump’s racism. It has been a lifelong sentiment, as it was with his father, who was arrested several years ago for refusing to rent to blacks. His political aspirations began with him accusing Barak Obama of being foreign-born. Even after Obama provided proof of his citizenship, it wasn’t enough for a dunderhead like Trump.In my opinion, Barak Obama was and is a far better example of a desirable and honorable American in every way than Trump has ever been or will be. He’s not a liar, a braggart or an adulterer, and he doesn’t pal around with sexist predators.The president remarked recently, “I don’t have a racist bone in my body.” More accurately, he should have said, “I don’t have an honest bone in my body.”Jane ReisengerSchenectadyMake sure homes are visitable for disabled The Americans with Disabilities Act promised individuals with disabilities equal access in their communities. Yet many Americans still do not have full access to restaurants, community parks and other public venues due to inaccessible bathrooms, narrow doorways and streets without curb cuts. If you are the friend or family member of a person with a disability, or a physical or sensory impairment, you too are limited if you cannot access a public place together.Community members can support equal access by speaking to local business owners and representatives about the importance of accessibility. An easy, proactive approach is to become an “Identifier for Access” by using the three basic requirements that are used under the growing visitability trend. Visitability is a term used when referencing a home that is built or revised to meet three basic requirements for universal access. They are: one zero-step entryway, 32-inch doorways and one bathroom on the main floor with enough space to maneuver a wheelchair.Although the term is intended for thoughtful, sustainable housing, it can also be a simple method to remember when visiting public establishments, as these three elements align with the ADA public accommodation requirements.For information on accessibility, please contact LIFE at RCIL in Amsterdam at 518-842-3561 or visit www.rcil.com. Andria BergerAmsterdamThe writer is a statewide systems advocate for LIFE at RCIL. Few reasons to buy Trump’s sincerity Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionWhere are the free television channels?I’m writing this on behalf of all the people in the Capital District who have previously received free over-the-air TV channels. What’s going on? We were originally told to rescan our TVs on Aug. 3 because several of our local stations were changing frequencies. Well that date has come and gone, I have rescanned my TV several times, and still no signals.Furthermore, the stations that were left are now disappearing one by one and now I’m left with only one station that keeps breaking up. And this, after having as many as 25 clear channels in the past. I repeat, what’s going on? Is this a conspiracy by the cable networks to drum up business? Also, how come there has been no media coverage of this?Robert DufekClifton ParkGOP, NRA collude against gun controlThe time for an amendment to the Second Amendment has been long past due. I have rifles and handguns with a concealed weapon permit. This being said, I haven’t hunted in over 40 years and I don’t intend to start again. I spend time at a pistol range shooting at targets and enjoy time with friends who also shoot.Assault weapons are for our military and police and have only one reason for their existence — killing. Those who have served were issued these weapons to fight an enemy if we were at war.The NRA has a hold on the Republican Party as it donates to their election campaigns. It’s an organization whose time has come and passed.I learned to handle a rifle as a young man and was taught by an NRA instructor at the armory in Schenectady.Today’s NRA is nothing more than a piggy bank for those who take its money. The Second Amendment doesn’t give everyone the right to purchase or own an assault weapon. It clearly states that a “militia” has the right to carry weapons.Our president talks out of both sides of his mouth and has done nothing to protect the citizens he is supposed to serve. Our Senate is controlled by our president’s party and they have fallen in step with him.Those who vote Republican are in league, and the many deaths caused by assault weapons doesn’t seem to faze them. I say enough is enough and God helps us.Gary Philip GuidoRotterdam Need better paving, lighting for concerts On August 4, Music Haven (in Central Park), celebrated its 30th anniversary. The music was outstanding as always, and the large crowd had a fabulous time.When the festivities ended, most of us had to walk back to our cars parked in the various lots scattered around the park. The walkways were poorly lit or not lighted at all. The parking lots near the dog park or greenhouses are unpaved, with uneven surfaces and no lighting. Many of the attendees are seniors and people with mobility issues. This is a potentially dangerous issue and something the city of Schenectady should address. The Music Haven is a wonderful treasure and offers top-quality entertainment that brings our community together. It would be a shame that more people do not avail themselves of this opportunity due to these concerns.Can the city provide better lighting and signs for these parking lots, at least during the Music Haven events? Jean TaylorAlplausLeft is not objective when judging TrumpWho actually has the more severe rhetoric? Objectively, it’s not Trump. Here are some words used to describe Trump gleaned from the Aug. 5 Letters to the Editor: Ruthless, shameless, trampled on Democratic norms, violated the Constitution, above the law, corrupt, extremely flawed, amoral, unfit, con man, narcissistic demagogue, completely unqualified, no regard for values or welfare of America, false promises, lies, bluster, soulless, racist, supporter of the KKK, Arian Brotherhood and white supremacists, hateful. Wow.Not one single example of what Trump has actually done to deserve any of these descriptors. Just the insane leftist frothing-at-the-mouth whining spewed from the liberal media.And the sheep believe them without any actual analysis of the facts. Trump may speak bluntly, but just read the terms used to describe him. I wonder how these people loved Obama. He was just so amazing. He nearly broke our country at home and abroad. But wow, he could read a teleprompter.I can’t wait to hear the heads explode when Trump gets re-elected, which he absolutely will because we are not all vitriol-ranting liberals, and most of us can see the amazing progress Trump has made for our country.Bill DenisonBurnt HillsCongress needs to have term limitsHow are the U.S. president, a fetus and fall semester different from Congress? Answer, the first three have term limits and Congress does not. What has the lack of term limits brought us?Lots of things for Congress, not so much for us. To wit, a pension plan that any teacher, firefighter or police officer would love. A medical plan that would be the envy of the world. I wonder if the VA would have the problems it has if the Congress had to get its medical care there. An exemption from many laws that bind the rest of us.The four leaders of the two houses have a total of 103 years in Congress. Way too much.Incumbency is a formidable advantage to overcome. In 2018, 84 percent of Senate incumbents and 91 percent of House incumbents were re-elected. Term limits would obviate this situation.If we are ever going to get rid of the dysfunctional cabal in Washington, drain the swamp and accomplish things for our country, term limits for Congress is a great start.Jefferson said “… the total abandonment of the principle of rotation in the offices of President and Senator will end in abuse.” How true.William F. MalecGalwayMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsGov. 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Published on April 13, 2016 at 11:59 pm Contact Byron: [email protected] Jarret Eaton found himself without a coach, sponsorship or agent last October. In 2012, he was crowned the NCAA Indoor Champion in the 60-meter hurdles. The Syracuse track alum was now forced to train alone in his pursuit to succeed professionally.Since graduating, Eaton supported himself primarily by working various odd jobs. At the front desk at a gym. As a sales associate at a local Express, a clothing store. Tutoring college students. Eaton couldn’t afford to purchase healthy brands of food. Massage treatments, heating pads and various proper recovery methods were out of the question. Every dollar had to be spent wisely.That’s kind of the culture for track and field until you get sponsored. Up until then, you have to survive.Jarret EatonEaton, who graduated from Syracuse in 2012, remains the program’s only national champion to date. He has used substitute teaching to fund a professional track career that was once on life support.But now, with a strong showing at the IAFF World Championships in Portland, Oregon, on March 20, Eaton has shown the potential to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics for the United States. That race, however, was indoors. When Eaton goes to the United States Olympic trials in July, he will need to finish in the top 3 in the 110-meter hurdles.“It honestly took me a while to get established to where I am now,” Eaton said. “It was almost four years ago since I won my first NCAA Indoor Title and now here I stand winning the USA indoor national title almost in the exact same fashion. I had to mature as a runner and a human being before I was going to be successful.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter graduating in 2012, Eaton continued training with Syracuse for a year and a half while racing professionally on his own. The adjustment did not go smoothly. As he was forced to find ways to provide for himself, track began to feel like a “labor-intensive job.”“In college, you’re not immediately stressed about money or food,” Eaton said. “I put a lot of pressure on myself every meet because I knew it was the only way to make it big. I felt like if I didn’t do well, I would be taking a step backwards.”Eaton’s father, Rodney, noticed his son frequently stressed about his financial situation.“I told him to relax, concentrate on track, and everything will come together,” Rodney said. “I always told him that if you make $100 a week, live like you only make $70. You’ll be able to save that way and you won’t live above your means.”In 2014, Eaton needed a change in scenery in order to piece his life together. He moved to Clemson, South Carolina, and discovered a new coach who was affiliated with Nike, which provided him a sponsorship. However, five months later, Eaton’s coach bolted for California and his sponsorship was gone.Eaton moved to Columbia, South Carolina, to find a new coach. While in South Carolina, he frequently switched apartments while searching for a stable living situation. In a two-year span, Eaton had moved homes a total of five times.“You get to see how important possessions are to you,” Eaton said. “Whenever you move you think, ‘How much of my life can I put in my car?’ You leave a lot behind. That instability takes so much away from my focus that it harmed my performance.”By October 2015, with no coach, money or resources, Eaton had to stabilize his life.He had previously worked in an organization titled “Spark the Wave” for seven years, where he educated disadvantaged teenagers. He discovered his teaching passion through the program and found a job as a high school substitute teacher at Richland Northeast (South Carolina) High School, which allowed him to train while financially supporting himself. The newfound stability helped Eaton eliminate outside stress and focus on track.Lawrence Terry, Eaton’s new coach, had originally tried to recruit him out of college. After learning Eaton was training alone in South Carolina, Terry was astonished to discover Eaton was looking for a new coach. Terry trains his runners at Richland’s athletic facilities, where he told Eaton, “You might not believe me now, but you will break your personal record indoors and outdoors with us in flats.”Eaton signed with Terry’s “Basics Track Club” and still volunteers to train high school athletes that attend the school he is a substitute teacher at. Terry’s program focuses on the fundamentals of hurdling with efficiency. The athletes rarely wear spikes in training. Eaton said athletes want to run faster when wearing spikes. By taking them out of the equation, athletes can focus solely on their technique.Terry immediately went over technical adjustments that Eaton had to make. Eaton had to lower his hips while projecting into the hurdles, stay tall and use arm placement and tight leg rotation in and out of the hurdle.“It is a challenge to tell an athlete that some of the things they have been doing are not as efficient as they can be,” Terry said.Eventually, Eaton had a breakthrough at the Millrose Games in February. The technical adjustments had become natural. He finished in third with a time of 7.58 seconds.After excelling in multiple races throughout Europe in February, Eaton felt confident heading into his main objective — the U.S.Track and Field Indoor Championships. In 2014, he was favored to win the 60-meter hurdles. He led nearly the entire race but fell at the last hurdle and finished dead last.I was in disbelief. I was sitting on the ground and I kept thinking … ‘this can’t be real, when am I going to wake up from this dream?’Jarret EatonEaton was devastated. Falling robbed him of qualifying for the national championship. He contemplated what he had already been through. This would get better, he told himself. The next morning, Eaton was over his disbelief and looked to the future.Eaton suffered a scar on his right shoulder from the fall. He views it as a symbol of the pain he’s been through the last few years. It always inspires him to work harder.Two years later, Eaton was the favorite to win the 60-meter hurdles. This time around, he made no mistakes. He won the event in 7.52 seconds.“I was elated when I finally crossed the line with the banner around my waist in first place,” Eaton said. “A huge rock had been lifted off my shoulders and I had finally achieved something that had been on my list.”With the victory, Eaton had qualified for the IAFF World Indoor Championships. Two weeks later, Eaton took fourth with a time of 7.50 seconds, his personal record in the 60-meter hurdles.Eaton heads into the outdoor season hoping to establish a solid race rhythm early on. He will compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials in early July, hoping to make the Olympic team for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.Syracuse head coach Chris Fox said it typically takes a pro hurdler until he is 24 to reach his full potential. Eaton is now 26 years old. He has a coach and a job. Together they’ve given Eaton the ability to reach his potential two years past when Fox estimates he could have.But even so, he’s finally reached where he should be, just in time for the Olympics. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The ramificationsÂ Board member Maria Cornejo was the lone dissenting vote in the purchase proposal. She said there were too many questions concerning moving activities out of the building and placing them someplace else.Board member Angie Ratcliff said the building wasn’t being used enough and that didn’t justify the school keeping it.“I remember a building in downtown called the Antlers Motel,” Ratcliff said. “It was a beautiful building. But once it outlived its purpose then it started to deteriorate and eventually had to be torn down. That’s what we have to worry about here.”Board member Bob White said by selling the property for commercial purposes, it will become part of the community tax roll which will provide Wellington with more tax revenue – thus justifying selling the building at a reduced price.Weiss said the upkeep of the junior high building is problematic. There is still the cost of heating the building and upkeep even if the rooms are vacated. Also, there have been vandalism issues and people breaking in.The Wellington Community Theater will be most affected if the sale is finalized. Robert Brown, President of the Wellington Community Theater, admitted to being a bit blind sided by the news on Friday.The WCT uses the buildings for its drama productions. Brown said five of the rooms are used to store props throughout the year and the stage is used extensively for rehearsals and the productions themselves.“We were starting to prepare for the sale of the building back a few years back,” Brown said. “But this time there was no warning. We’re having a meeting on Tuesday to see what to do next.”The theater group did use the Wellington Memorial Auditorium previously but eventually moved to the Junior High a few years ago.“Storage is our biggest issue,” Brown said.Another key question is what to do with the football teams during halftime of the high school games.Wellington High School Activities Director Brian Buchanan said that is a question left unanswered at the moment. The middle school is too long of distance for the teams to travel during the short amount of time at halftime intermissions.He said he learned of the sale earlier last week.Cornejo also questioned at the meeting what would come of the parking lot to the east of the building. Would that be unavailable for people during middle and high school tennis matches or during the football games?There had been some interest from local groups in years past to use the building. At one point, Cowley County Community College had thought about starting a satellite school in the facility. But that never materialized. The Wellington Recreation Commission had also looked into using the building for its new rec center. It too decided to go in a different direction. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” By a 6-1 vote the Wellington School Board approved the sale of the Wellington Junior High building to Gary Hassenflu, owner/broker of Garrison Properties of Prairie Village, Kans. next to Overland Park.The school has entered into a tentative agreement with Garrison Property to sell the building and parking lot to the east on North A for $150,000.The building was vacated in 2006 when students were moved to the new Wellington Middle School which had been previously used by the Wellington High School. Since that point, the junior high building has been used sparingly by the Wellington Community Theater, middle school basketball practices, and during WHS home football games for locker rooms at halftime.Â Sumner County Appraiser Della Rowley said the junior high and parking lot is tax-exempt property that has been valued by the appraiser’s office at $641,570 in 2012.“Keep in mind, this probably doesn’t reflect fair market value,” Rowley said. “We don’t spent any time valuing tax-exempt property because our focus is on commercial and residential property. We don’t have the staff or resources to look or evaluate property that is tax-exempt.”The school building was built in 1928 as Wellington High School – which became a school district in 1920. Once a prestigious school building in its day, it would house high school students until the early 1960s, when another high school was built to the north. It would then become a junior high for seventh and eighth graders until 2006.The sale is not finalized by any means. The school board’s vote enters into a tentative agreement between USD 353 and Garrison Properties. There will be various closing issues before the sale is finalized as is the case with real estate transfers.What Garrison Property will do with the building has not been publicly made. Wellington Superintendent Rick Weiss said Hassenflu contacted him this month wanting to turn the building into apartments for senior citizens and other in need of rental space.According to the Garrison Properties website (see here) the company’s desire is to provide “new construction, affordable rental housing development to the rural areas in the Midwest and has grown into a multi-dimensional real estate development firm engaged in medium to large scale mixed-use development, adaptive reuse of historic structures, urban in-fill redevelopment and mark rate and affordable rental for-sale housing in a 10-state area.”The site says that Garrison has constructed and rehabbed over 800 living units.Sumner Newscow left a phone message Monday morning for Hassenflu that has not been returned.This isn’t the first time that Garrison Properties had expressed interest in the building, Weiss said. In the late 2000s Garrison was the second developer on the list to express interest in the junior high during the heat of the casino location battle with Mulvane. At that time, the school board was in negotiation with another developer, but that deal fell through when ultimately the casino was to be built at Exit 19 near Mulvane.Garrison also pulled out of negotiations at that time, but returned earlier this month to Weiss with renewed interest.The criticism by some residents then was the board had waited too long to make a decision and the developer lost interest. This time the board made its move quickly after a 20-minute discussion at Thursday’s meeting. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (33) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +6 Vote up Vote down guest · 395 weeks ago Middle school basketball teams still practice in this gym. Does the Board have a plan to address the gym space? Are kids now going to be starting practices after 9:00? We have no viable plan for football locker rooms… This Board never ceases to amaze! But we will get it on the tax rolls… Report Reply 1 reply · active 395 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down Mr. Positive · 395 weeks ago sell everything in the building that the school district owns. how many ac window units are there? sell the scoreboards like they are selling the others at the present junior high. got to move fast on the locker room facility. no time to argue or debate about it–something needs to get done fast. glad building has sold, but does put the district in a bind for a practice facility and football locker space for opponents. wonder why buyer wants to close so fast? can the small gym at roosevelt be used for a practice facility? oh well, best of luck to both parties. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago +13 Vote up Vote down Pleased citizen · 395 weeks ago The sale of the building will not only save money for upkeep, but the profit from the sale could be used to build some sort of locker room setting for half-time shelter for ball teams. Good move USD 353 School Board. Changing a liability to a asset. Report Reply 1 reply · active 395 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Booster · 395 weeks ago This building was a White Elephant. Be happy it sold! The football field needs to be updated anyway, so go ahead and build some locker rooms and decent public restroom facilities. This is a good thing! We no longer have to maintain this dilapidated building! Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down phil · 395 weeks ago Middle School basketball practices will greatly be altered. The start and end times of practices will greatly effected. I would hate to see practices starting at 6:00 AM again. This is not good for the students and their academics. The money from the sale needs to be directly put back into locker rooms and practice facility. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago +12 Vote up Vote down LittleOne · 395 weeks ago Boy that is a big house for $150.000.00. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago -4 Vote up Vote down Reality Check · 395 weeks ago Really? You want to keep a dilapitated building costing the school districts thousands because your honey boo-boo has a place to practice? No wonder this town is dead. Report Reply 4 replies · active 395 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down Jim · 395 weeks ago I am very pleased with the sale. It has been a burden on the taxpayers way to long. I also would like to see the money used at the football field for locker rooms and rest rooms. This is a win win for the city and its taxpayers. Thank you USD 353 board members for not hesitating on the issue. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 395 weeks ago It does make Wellington Memorial Auditorium more relevant. That is for sure. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago -2 Vote up Vote down Jeff · 395 weeks ago As a resident who lives on A street, I don’t really want to see low income housing or projects put in, I will move first before I have my belongings damaged or stolen. Also It’s about time we start playing football at a stadium on the land where the new High School sits!!!! Report Reply 2 replies · active 395 weeks ago 123Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. 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