As former residents of Stonewall-Hawthorne District for over 30 years, we ask you to see David Konick through the eyes of what he has done and will do to Keep Rappahannock, Rappahannock!
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I should have guessed it! I did not know who the author was of the witty and creative sign — “Respect Rappahannock.” Now that Ben Jones has come forth with the answer, it should not have been a surprise.
Rod Osborne is a highly likable, gregarious citizen with a background that reflects on discipline and continuing education for adults. In talking with him regarding his daughter’s attendance in Rappahannock County High School, you get a sense of his strong interest in being involved in the education system.
I am the proud creator/instigator of the “Respect Rappahannock” signs. I first saw the sentiment on a similar sign down in Chincoteague, that lovely old fishing village on the Eastern Shore, which is now overwhelmed by developers and tourists.
Twice in the past two weeks my name has been used in these pages by friends of mine on opposite sides of a local issue (an issue on which I have no opinion). I don’t mind this per se, but I do take exception to my name being weaponized to advance a position I haven’t taken.
Tailgaters, the bane of courteous drivers … how to cope? Apply for vanity license plate: BACK OFF (not available). Maybe U2CLOSE? Bingo! To clarify meaning, I have a bumper sticker. Top line: NO TAILGATING; bottom line: THE CLOSER YOU GET, THE SLOWER I GO … with caricature of impish turtle.