More On ‘Fishy’ Claim

To The Editor:

Upon reading “The FC&S Answer” column by Bruce Hillman published in your April 29 edition (“The Case Of The Disappeared Sign,” page 20), I was confused by his coverage analysis, but resisted writing a reply, thinking the issue was too insignificant to bother. (The claim at issue involved an old sign for a fish restaurant that was stolen after being taken down and replaced with a new sign for the restaurant when it became a steakhouse.)

However, when I read the response by fellow reader Eric Wiening on May 13 (“Coverage Smells Fishy,” page 24), I was overwhelmingly compelled to respond. I am concerned that both gentlemen may have “missed the boat” when it comes to coverage and value of the disappeared property.

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