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An Obamination

May 19, 2013
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Since it's creation in 1825, Fairfield Township has been home to local, state, and federal elections. And now, after decades of going to the Township' Building to cast ballots residents' are told to travel to the neighboring municipality. I guess there is nowhere we can vote in Fairfield Township and especially not in a central location. A recent letter from the County Commissioners states the Fairfield Township Precinct has been "permanently relocated" to the Lycoming Valley Baptist Church in Upper Fairfield Township. When I called the Voters Registration to inquire as to why the move to the neighboring Township I was told they had heard people had to stand in line in the rain during the last election besides, had I seen the inside of the church, it's really spacious and nice.

 
 
 

 

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