Letter: Harpswell lucky to have new leader caring for roads

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The selectmen running for office at the meeting March 10 in Harpswell have voiced opinions of the winter road conditions.

In January, the crew leader resigned and Chuck Leonard was offered the position. It was at this point that the roads of Harpswell were now in the hands of someone that sincerely put not only the safety of the citizens of Harpswell first, but also of his nine-man crew. The equipment checks became first priority. The new crew leader was not only diligent in his work ethic but also strove for 110 percent in every area. And thus Chuck gained the respect of the crew who were also willing  to do 110 percent. We now have a team that works together.

Chuck has traveled more than 3 million miles in his former career as a truck driver. He has driven in all types of weather conditions. He will adapt and be proactive based on the skills he gained as a Marine. Within weeks Goodall Landscaping found not only a skilled driver and mechanic but an honorable man who would not let his men and the people of Harpswell down. The people of Harpswell are lucky to have Goodall Landscaping and Chuck Leonard caring for the roads.

Laine Laliberte