Veteran Resort Chapel
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The Veteran Resort-Chapel
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To the Editor Letter to Governor Sununu
From Peter Macdonald, Sgt USMC 465 Packers falls Rd Lee NH 03824 603-659-6217
First I want to let the Governor know that on Nov 2 this coming week Medtronic and LTC are doing a volunteer day at the Chapel and you and the public are welcome to come. I also want the public to know that since we started, you came and walked the entire property during a rain/snow storm because of your commitment to helping homeless combat veterans. Over the years since that day, you have talked to me many times, and I hope it was because of you behind the scene state personnel have helped. All that said now that you are governor our conversations have been limited to one time when I bumped into you at Medtronic INC. You told me that you were going to stop your staff from censoring my letters and phone conversation. That has not happened.
The Veteran Resort-Chapel is a church since 1980 that was given as a gift the land at 101 Stepping Stone Rd Lee NH. We have a website www.veteranresortchapel.com that you and the public can go to, learn more how we help homeless combat veterans. We went to the Lee zoning board and were denied our right to build because the ZBA ruled we couldn’t be a church in Lee NH. We followed all the rules and protocol to be a church in good standing since 1980. President Trump is draining the swamp, and this is a perfect example how fake news supports the swamp killing the public. I am asking you to step out of your role as a politician, and as Governor support homeless combat veterans right to have a church on property zoned for a church in Lee NH. It is like I asked you at Medtronic Inc to just speak publicly and ask the news why they are using freedom of the press to censor letting the public know what is happening. I enjoy talking with you, so I hope someday your staff will stop censoring me Thanks again Chris and have a great day
Peter Macdonald Sgt USMC, Minister