How dare you belittle the nightmare my child and our family faced due to the synergistic effects of the water from the Irondogenesee Aquifer?
I would like to know just what Jake Swingly, superintendent of public works, could possibly think I could have as a motive to lie about my daughter's reaction to water supplied by Webster Village (essay, April 12 Webster Post). I, unlike Mr. Swingly, don't have a job to protect. I don’t live in the village, I have nothing to gain by stating the documented facts. I am just trying to help my neighbors to the north, especially since there are documented illnesses in Webster as we had in East Rochester. Just because Jake Swingly refuses to admit that it is so, does not make the problems go away.
“There are none so blind as those who will not see.”
How dare you, Jake Swingly, presume to attack my integrity? How dare you belittle the nightmare my child and our family faced due to the synergistic effects of the water from the Irondogenesee Aquifer? How dare you insult my intelligence and the research it took, without benefit of the Internet back then, to solve the concerns?
You, sir, if you were as concerned about your village as you should be, could have easily verified everything I said with a few minutes on Google. I suppose a man who alludes to candy canes and Juicy Juice, when something so important is at stake, is lacking in common sense anyway.
I am giving Webster Village Residents for MCWA permission to post (on their Facebook page) letters from three doctors who acknowledged the effect of the aquifer water on my daughter. Jake Swingly, you owe me a very public apology.