Why would you hire someone who had not completed the 90-day probation period during previous employment at the park?
Why were the park board and superintendent not advised of the concerns about the park?
Why have there been so many comments by citizens worried about the future of France Park after these actions?
Why were the opinions of the citizens of Cass County, as expressed through the park board, ignored?
Sandy Heckard, former superintendent, France Park
Thanks for help with injured pet
On Aug. 2, around 10:30 a.m., my grandchildren’s dog was hit in front of Raab Water in between the two bridges at Biddle’s Island.
The person who did this never bothered to stop and see if the dog was dead or alive. No one else did either. Cars just drove past him as he lay there.
I was in the kitchen window and saw him and ran out to him. He was alive but badly hurt. A gentleman in a truck stopped and asked if I needed help. He carried the severely injured dog to the grass.
I want to thank him for his help. He was the only one out of all the cars that were stopped on the bridge that even got out to assist me.
That says a lot about what kind of person you are.
To the person who did this and never stopped, that tells me what kind of person you are also. I’m sure somewhere in your life you will be paid back for this.
The dog had a name, it was Scooter, and the family of Aaron and Rachel Vaughan loved him. He had to be put to sleep. The injuries were too much for him. Thank you, again, to the gentleman who did help me.
Jamie DuBois, Logansport