Sunday, April 23, 2017

A question for residents in the City of Lake Worth: Is The Palm Beach Post “Worth” more money to read?

Below is an excerpt from a letter sent last week by Mr. Sasser, “Director of Audience”, at the Post. TAKE SOME TIME TODAY AND REPLY WITH: “Dear Audience Director” (Mr. Sasser’s email address is below).


The cost to you has gone up as the newspaper industry adjusts to change. Therefore, we need to make adjustments to our delivery rates.”

Click on image below to read the message from Mr. Mark Sasser, Director of Audience”, at The Palm Beach Post:
Mr. Sasser, one example: Is it the fault of Code Enforcement in the City of Lake Worth for delays in the renovation of our historic Gulfstream Hotel? That’s what your beat reporter, Kevin Thompson, reported in your newspaper. And now you want more money?

Mr. Sasser writes, “Thank you again for being a loyal subscriber. We appreciate your readership.”

Where is the Post reporting about the Blueway Trail project? Or the renewable energy project using wave energy from the Gulfstream Current off the coast of Lake Worth? Any comment to City Manager Michael Bornstein calling one of your news reports, “egregious” and “incompetent”?

Really, Mr. Sasser? You do “appreciate your readership”? Once again. The question, “Is it the fault of Code Enforcement in the City of Lake Worth for the delays in the renovation of our historic Gulfstream Hotel?”

And now you want how much more money to have your print edition delivered here into the City of Lake Worth?

The email for Mr. Sasser, the Post’s “Director of Audience” is: msasser@pbpost.com

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