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This was copied from Daily News Dec 14.


The Mennonites’ reception in Allen County was above his expectations, and he feels part of the Scottsville community. In turn, Allen County Judge-Executive Johnny Hobdy feels the Mennonites are a boon to the area. They are very respectable and add diversity to the area, he said. “Certainly, they make good neighbors, first and foremost,” Hobdy said. They also help the local economy because the Mennonite shops are a big tourist draw. It creates a flow … of people coming into our community from everywhere,” Hobdy said. “I think they’re a huge positive for our community.”


Looks like Auburn could learn a couple of things from our neighbors over at the Franklin and Scottsville area. I wonder if they have to have poop bags hanging from there horses rear ends?


Glenn Sears


Auburn

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