This is the letter the Wampanoag Tribes DON'T want you to see

Stung by criticism that they are being used as pawns by a bunch of wealthy oceanfront homeowners, the Wampanoag Tribes have made repeated statements to the news media in recent weeks that although they agree with Save Our Sound, they are not working with them. This letter puts a lie to that claim. This lengthy letter written in legalese on Save Our Sound letterhead to Massachusetts Historic Preservation Officer Brona Simon is signed at the end by the CEO of Save Our Sound AND by tribal representatives, their names and signatures are side by side.

The first and last page are below, see the complete letter here.

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