One-sided Reporting from the Northeaster?
A friend of Neighbors Against Porky's shared that in the Northeaster's latest issue (November 8), the paper publishes a very unbalanced story supporting Porky's.
The meeting on October 26th is recapped by sharing comments from 2 residents against Porky's and a dozen for Porky's. Additionally, the paper quotes people without attributing quotes to individuals including "a neighbor who lives across the street from the development." Neighbors Against Porky's isn't certain what street was crossed to get to this street as across Central is a business and across 19th is the police station.
Let your friends know that this depiction is not accurate. A review of a video of the meeting definitively shows that for every 1 person speaking for Porky's, 3 spoke against Porky's Keep up the good work and keep an eye out for more ways you can help prevent this fast food drive-thru from being wedged onto Central Avenue.
--Neighbors Against Porky's--