To the Editors:
Since the September vote on the Miller-Driscoll School renovation, some have voiced concern that town officials acted improperly with regards to leaflets and other actions leading up to it, which potentially broke state election rules. The matter is currently under review with the State Election Enforcement Commission, or the SEEC. We must respect the law as it applies to the voting itself, where the 27-vote margin of victory was sufficient for a win under town rules. Similarly, we should allow the process to work with the current appeal of the vote with the SEEC.