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Mail Call for 1/8

January 09, 2002

Mail Call for 1/8



"The Board of Education keeps asking for more money, this is why other projects have to suffer. Because County Commissioners can only do so much. So let's stop the big salaries of the supervisors at the Board of Education."




"I miss Jean at the Nibble Quik. She always gave service with kindness and a smile."




"About the Christmas cards, if you would like to recycle them and also baby jars. I have a Girl Scout troop. We would be more than welcome to use them. I live at 335 S. Cannon Ave. or call me at 301-739-4676."




"To the person who said they are under siege with birds doing their business on their cars. You know that problem can be solved, just go to a car wash. But the war in Afghanistan, we are trying to stop terrorism, so innocent people don't die. Wash your car and get over it."

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"I agree with the letter to the editor on Jan. 4. I say thumbs down to the newspaper for its front page picture of an unwed mother of two children."




"I was reading Jan. 3 Daily Mail and I wanted to question the lady in Fairplay who was so upset because the fire department may have hit and killed her dog. Lady, what was your dog doing in the middle of the street? It's not always the person's fault who hit him. That street is for cars, firetrucks, whatever has wheels."




"Star-Lenna Quintana is the December citizen of the month at Eastern Elementary."




"To the person who wanted to know about the vehicle with the West Virginia tags on it, being in Maryland. That is a violation of the Maryland vehicle law. If the vehicle has been in the state of Maryland for more than 30 days. If you want to know what to do, call the Motor Vehicle Administration at 1-800-950-1682 and they will send you a form and then you fill it out and mail it back to them."




"I agree that we should probably have a Popeye's Chicken in Hagers-town. I want to say hello to my friend Chris."




"What happened to the letters to the editors in the Opinion section of Sunday's paper? I look forward to reading those. I can't believe nobody wrote a letter to the opinion page."




"With all the money poured into the YMCA, wouldn't you think that they would have had an aerobics room, so they wouldn't have to use the basketball court and throw youngsters off the court from playing basketball?"

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