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Response to Wynn's comments on local business

May 21, 2013

A Letter to the Editor from:
Ty Thames (Restaurant Tyler, Bin 612, Zorba’s Greek Tavern)
Brian Kelley (Restaurant Tyler, Bin 612, Zorba’s Greek Tavern)
Jay Yates (Veranda)
Robin Fant (Peppers Deli, Harvey’s, Central Station Grill)
John Bean (Peppers Deli, Harvey’s, Central Station Grill)
Joe and Mary Koch (City Bagel)
Martin Crawford (Old Venice Pizza Company)
Tray Gamble, Jim Hicks (Mugshots)
Eric Hallberg (Cappes Steaks)
Brian Lindner (Brian Michael’s Meat Market)
Rick Welch (Rick’s Café)
Dave Hood (Dave’s Darkhorse Tavern)

Restaurants typically steer clear of publicly endorsing political candidates. However, in the instance of the upcoming Ward 2 Alderman runoff election between Sandra Sistrunk and Lisa Wynn, it would be irresponsible for us to stay on the sidelines and not respond to Candidate Wynn’s recent statements. Lisa Wynn publicly stated in Sunday’s Starkville Daily news that she drives to Columbus and Tupelo to do her clothes shopping as well as dining out because she “can’t do that (get clothing or a good steak) in her own town.”

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