Collins Center misses the Journal
Friday February 14, 2014 | By:Jacquelyn Wilcox |
I am a resident of Collins Center. I recently noticed that I no longer receive the Springville Journal, however, I still receive the Gowanda Pennysaver.
When I inquired about this, I was informed that you/they, “have stopped the distribution of the Springville Journal in the town of Collins, but will still continue delivery of the Gowanda News each week. The only way to receive the Journal in that area now is by paid subscription.”
Considering the residents of Collins Center (at least those who live east of School Street) pay taxes to the Springville school district, does it make any sense whatsoever to stop distributing a publication which provides information that is useful to the taxpayers of that district (school budgets, voting, activities, etc.)?
While I do enjoy reading the Gowanda publication, it is less pertinent, relevant and/or useful to me than the Springville edition.
I would like to appeal to the Springville Journal to reconsider their decision to stop distribution in Collins Center.
To reiterate: the information in the Springville edition of these publications directly affects the Springville school district taxpayers who live here.