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Mail Call for 7/28

July 28, 2000

Mail Call for 7/28



"Thank you, Mr. McClure and Mr. Bruchey, for listening to us at the Mayor and Council meeting. I just hope that our neighborhood will be back to normal and if it is we have you guys and Curtis Wood to thank. Maybe we can have a block party to celebrate, I am serious about this and you guys can come, too."




"I got my head start because I had a loving mother and father who taught me my ABCs and numbers and taught me to read. The idea that you folks think that the government must do this for you is what is going to destroy this program as you demand the government do everything, but we have to pay for it."




"I am calling about the article in the paper about the people of Colonial Park need courtesy and consideration and respect. That is exactly right, except when you walk your dogs, please clean up after them. I don't have a dog, but I love dogs and we have more dog leftovers in our yard than what we had when I had dogs. When I used to take my dogs for walks, I always cleaned up after them."

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"I want to know why the Post Office can't run the post office as a business and hire help to make the deliveries for the people who are on vacation? Instead of getting the mail here at 12 or 2 p.m. now we get it around 4 or 5 p.m. This is ridiculous. We are paying high rates and they get raises every year or two. It is costing them overtime to get the mail delivered instead of hiring someone at a regular time base and getting it done earlier. We need to run the post office as a business and not a museum or a community center."




"Happy birthday to my wife, Kathy, and the love of my life who turns 42 on Saturday. Love, Don."




"I am calling in reference to all the stereos and things that are getting stolen around town. It seems to be an epidemic. Maybe we will have to wait for the thieves to take something from a councilman or a police officer and then maybe something we get done about it. Until then, I guess we are all just suspects."




"How nice of someone finally recognizing that all the efforts they are making to get rid of the drug dealers on Jonathan Street is only sending them to other neighborhoods, not getting rid of them."




"Just wanted to let you know how accurate your dates are, I received a paper on Tuesday, July 25. On the front of the paper it said July 25, 2000, go back four or five pages, on the top right hand, in section A, it said June 25, J-U-N-E, June not July, now that should give you some indication of what type of paper we are reading and who is staffing, doing all the writing, proofreading, etc. Thank you."




"We would like to wish Cody a happy birthday. He will be 6 on July 29. We wish him many, many more. Love, Mom, Daddy, Grandma and Grandpa and all of your friends."




"I think the citizens and the voters should vote to impeach Mr. Bruchey before he is voted out of office in March. He has way too much power."




"I agree with the person about East Franklin Street's landlord and tenants. But the city does have two very nice ladies that clean East Franklin Street at least two times a week in the downtown area. When those girls are on Franklin Street, you can tell that they were there, you can't even find a cigarette butt. It is a shame that we have people that don't respect what those girls are trying to do. Clean up!"




"I am calling about my camera that was left at the Clear Spring High School graduation. If someone took it by mistake, could you please return it to the school or call 301-790-2392. If you don't want to return the camera, could you return my film that was in the camera?"




"Since there hasn't been too much publicity about the Pony League 13-year old all-stars, I would like to say on behalf of all the parents, we are very proud of our boys. We took second place in the East Zone Championship, last weekend in Ohio. We only lost that by one run in extra innings. We also played five games the weekend before in Uniontown, Pa., but that was never called in to the paper. This was a group of boys that came together from different leagues. They came together and played as a team and became good friends. We all had a great time and hope to be together next year."




"I want to thank Washington County Hospital Home Health Care for sending Sandy, Ray, Scott and Debbie to aid in my recovery after my operation at University of Maryland Hospital. Your help was much appreciated. EM."

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