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Mail Call for 2/1

February 05, 2002

Mail Call for 2/1



"To the person in the 2000 and 2001 white Jeep Cherokee who ran through and tore down my fence on the corner of Broadfording Road and Point Salem Road on Saturday, Jan. 19, between 9 and 10 p.m. You are a very inconsiderate person. You tore down more than 200 feet of fence and didn't even stop to give me your insurance information. There were two other vehicles who stopped to help you check over your damages at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Hagerstown, right after it happened. There will be a reward for any information anyone can give me on the vehicle or the person who did this. Call me at 301-991-4534, if you have any information on this incident."




"My mother is in a nursing home and they put her to bed at 6 p.m. and they don't get her up until noon the next day. I went to the administrator about it and he said I couldn't say anything because I wasn't a power of attorney. My mother yells and wants to get out of bed and I want to know if they have a right to do that."

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"The following is a public service announcement: To obtain the Certified Firearms Training Course, required by the State of Maryland to restore your right to legally purchase a handgun in Maryland, call the Hagerstown Police Athletic League at 301-739-8577, ext. 471. The video is shown every Friday evening at 6 p.m. in the HPAL building located at Fairground Park. Use the Cannon Avenue entrance and look for the first building on the right."




"I am one of the new employees working at the Kmart. I enjoy working there and I enjoy working with my fellow employees and all the customers who come into the store. I find the job very interesting. They have excellent benefits. I know we will pull through this current situation. It's a very nice place to work for. I know it will pull through."




"Must read article: Tuesday, Jan. 29, Kathleen Parker's column."

- Hagerstown




"I want to wish my grandson T.J. a happy 10th birthday. We all love you very much."




"Do you remember downtown Hagerstown? The Bon-Ton, McCrory's, the theatres, Montgomery Ward, Routzhan's, Newberry's, Eyerly's, jewelry shops, Woolworth's, the restaurants, etc. Then came the malls. Remember the Rochester House? Let's all get down on our knees and thank the powers that be. Can't even run a bus by our homes. Does anyone else hate the malls?"




"Some poor misinformed person called in wanting to know where vice president Dick Cheney is. Well, he is just busy performing the duties of his office. He is not a seeker of the limelight, he is not an attention getter. He referred to Gore as 'being out there.' Yes, Gore was busy, inventing the Internet, re-inventing the government, whatever that means, decreasing the number of federal employees, the total increased under his watch, etc., etc. We have the same sensible serious minded, very capable person as our vice president, but some people can't see any farther than the end of their nose."

- Hagerstown




"After reading about the Smithsburg EMS situation in the paper for many months, the article on Jan. 30 really hit a nerve. They said Smithsburg EMS was disciplined for using the vehicle on a rescue call. Imagine for being disciplined for saving someone."




"In reference to the school board's redistricting, it's wrong. The school board is asking too much out of the families to be split between two schools, they won't be able to support both schools when they have a child in each school. I think they just hung themselves and I for one will not vote for the same school board members."




"I think it's great what the Hagerstown Police Department is doing about these out-of-state tags. I hope the sheriff's department will also have the time to enforce the law on these people in the county. Especially in the Van Lear and Tammany area. Do it in the evenings and weekends when these vehicles with Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia tags are parked in their own driveways. After all, it is against the law."




"I want to wish Tasha a happy belated 18th birthday on Jan. 29. This is Danielle from cheerleading, you might not remember me, but happy birthday."




"I think downtown Hagerstown is becoming bad. There should be something exciting down there. I am an assistant of Hagerstown, call me at 301-714-1210 if anyone has any ideas of fixing it up some. I would be happy to help come up with some ideas to make this a better place. We need to start bouncing back."




"I am reading about the mail carrier in the Boonsboro area. I agree with this person and so do many others."




"To Pam. You are the strongest woman I have ever met in my life. I love you with all my heart. You are the true meaning of the word mother. To the rest of the family, I love you, too. Love, Chris and Ashley."




"Happy 13th birthday, Amanda. Love Grandma, Pappy, Mom and Dad."




"Happy 14th birthday, Craig. Love, Nan."

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