John Sheirer: The wisdom (or lack thereof) of taking President Obama to court
To the editor:
Those of us fortunate enough to experience the blessings of the Norwottuck Rail Trail need to exercise common sense in its use. The trail is inherently multi-use, frequented by individuals and groups, of commuters on bikes, dog walkers, bird watchers and runners.
To ensure a convivial environment, groups need to extend respect to others using the trail.
It is incumbent upon groups occupying the full width of the trail to be aware of others in front and behind them, enabling those sharing the trail to pass without being asked.
Anything less is simply inconsiderate, detracting from everyone’s experience in this magnificent environment.