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Letter: Bureaucratic rules hinder LI growth

Steve Gallagher of the Whisper Vineyard in St.

Steve Gallagher of the Whisper Vineyard in St. James looks over bottles of the vineyard's wine that remain unlabeled, awaiting official approval. (April 11, 2011) Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

Regarding "Red grapes, red tape" [News, July 11], I predict that in five years or fewer, any company, agency or authority that imposes yesteryear rules will be gone. I'm referring to form-filing and other bureaucratic wastes of time that inhibit growth and advancement.

Especially on Long Island, such out-of-touch closed-mindedness can no longer be tolerated!

Jeff Levy, Plainview

Editor's note: The writer is a management consultant.