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Mail Call for 8/31

August 31, 2000

Mail Call for 8/31



"Congratulations to the responsible landlord, Mr. Smith, who is helping to improve the city of Hagerstown by reporting code violations. To all the renters who are walking up unsafe steps or have unsafe conditions or filthy conditions in their apartments, you can invite the city inspectors into your apartment and the landlord will be responsible to improve the unsafe conditions."




"Happy Birthday, Breezy."




"I am a senior living within the city limits and I am calling to say how much I appreciate these curbside pickups. Two garbage pickups, yard waste pickup and mixed paper pickup. I don't know what I would do without them."




"So sorry that the Bill Gaither Special wasn't on TV last Saturday, Aug. 26. Does anyone know when it is going to be on? Subject to change, sure did apply to this program, even though the schedule was in Bill Gaither's catalog."




"I just don't understand, why does Washington County need another Super Wal-Mart? That place cannot find employees to work there as it is. It is terrible."

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"In reading some family history recently, it was noted, buried in Beautiful View Cemetery, Hagerstown, Md., in 1888. Location, anyone?"




"I would like to know why a certain radio station in Hagerstown, has changed its format from easy- listening to country music? There are at least six stations in our area that play country music. Nobody now plays easy listening. Not everyone living below the Mason Dixon Line wants to hear country all the time. I enjoy all music, but I prefer songs from the '30s to the '50s. Many doctors offices carry this station in their offices. I really don't want to hear in my cardiologist's office, 'Achy Breaky Heart'."




"If anyone is familiar with the following kidney disease, Wegener's Granulomatosis, please call 301-733-2830. My son has been given this diagnosis."




"I wish someone would do something about the loitering and the people hanging around the first block of East Washington. I too am a concerned resident of the Alexander House and this happens down in front of my building. Makes me kind of concerned. I too think the police should do something more. It is happening everywhere you walk or look. Some of them are doing it out in broad daylight sometimes. They should work a lot harder to get this drug problem solved quicker before someone gets killed. You do a good job, but get your butts moving, will you?"

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