Dear Somerville News Weekly Editor,
We are writing to you in total disgust that this mayor with this administration and the current Board of Alderman has the nerve to allow the illegally displaying of those two banners up on Somerville City Hall as up on the Somerville High School.
First, we commend you for your courage to come forward in this most liberal city in the country with that article and all the backlash you people have taken by these liberals here in Somerville regarding such.
Now its time to call out all the elected officials here in the city!
1. These are city owned properties. They’re not owned by the politicians or any of these left wing radical organizations. They’re owned by the people of this city and paid for with our hard earned tax dollars. Any signage should only be hung on these buildings if and only if you asked the people’s permission first and if you asked me we would’ve said “absolutely not!”
2. We are calling out all Somerville elected officials and for them to put their best foot forward by answering the question that the Somerville News Weekly has brought to everyone’s attention raising a good point and wrote an excellent article saying that “Somerville is not a Sanctuary City and hasn’t been one for almost 30 years. “Is Somerville a legally documented sanctuary city or has it just a big bluff all these years?”
3. We haven’t heard of one elected official in this city that had the backbone to come forward to say either the article was wrong or they are in check and directly on point! What’s up with that?
4. The people of Somerville are speaking and demand that that Sanctuary City banner that is hanging on our high school as well as that ridiculous black lives matter banner should be taken down forthwith and let the people of Somerville the side before you do something stupid like that again.
5. We the people of Somerville are putting all Somerville elected officials on notice as of right now.
6. Somerville’s residents are urged to call Somerville City Hall mayor’s office at (617)625-6600, you ward alderman as well as show up at in person this coming Thursday night at the regular scheduled weekly Somerville Board of Alderman meeting at the City Hall and ask that question and demand to see proof of legal sanctuary city status since 1989 and demand that those two banners be taken down immediately.
The People of Somerville, The rightful owners of those properties