Letter: Not a warm welcome



My husband and I recently moved to Carmel and chose to live in an apartment as we are near retirement age and wanted to downsize from our large home. We are both professionals, working for businesses in Carmel. Our immediate neighbors are doctors, engineers and other professionals who also work in Carmel.

I greatly resent James J. Smith’s label of “transient apartment dwellers” in a letter to the editor published in the Dec. 8 edition of Current in Carmel. Are you implying that we are somehow undesirable? It certainly sounds like it. We have lived in several nice cities/towns over the years and never have I seen such a negative judgment placed on new residents. Thanks for the “lovely” welcome.

Andrea Sullivan, Carmel


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