by Ken Tingley, The Post-Star
I’ve been extremely worried about the political discourse in our community lately, and I made that clear on Sunday.
I recounted my experience at an anti-Trump rally in Glens Falls and voiced my concern that my pleas with the local political leadership to participate in the Braver Angels workshops were not being heeded.
Braver Angels is a national organization hoping to bridge the political divide.
After the column published, I heard from Johnsburg Supervisor Andrea Hogan and Glens Falls Supervisor Bill Loeb.
Both informed me that there was representation from the Warren County Board of Supervisors at the Braver Angels workshops. Loeb wrote that Bolton Supervisor Ron Conover, Horicon Supervisor Matt Simpson and Glens Falls Supervisor Ben Driscoll all attended an information workshop.