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Mail Call for 6/21

June 24, 2002

"To the person who said they had a video recorder in their grandmother's room. I work in a nursing home and we have nobody that is in a room by themselves. They all have other patients that share the room with them. That is an invasion of privacy. There is no way you can videotape in a room without invading the privacy of another. That is against the law. You may wind up in a lawsuit yourself for invasion of privacy."




"The city is all fired up about the cannon. Well why don't they get all fired up and fix some of the streets in Hagerstown, the bridge at Pangborn Park and the one at Jefferson Boulevard."




"I really appreciate reading Lori Hall's comments in the newspaper concerning the south end of Hagerstown. But her most recent column bordered on the advertising side. I did not know that reporters were advertised. I thought the newspaper sold advertising."

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Editor's note - Lori Hall is no longer writing the South End column for The Daily Mail. She moved from that area and Staci Clipp is the new South End correspondent. You can call Staci at 301-393-5871 if you want to get information in the South End column. The information that you saw in the paper from Lori Hall was a letter to the editor on the Opinion Page, where those kinds of personal observations are published.




"In response to the editorial about the BMX Track. If Mr. Fearnow would have bothered to listen to the whole announcement, he would have realized that it was to inform the kids and parents, many of which were not from the area, because it was a state qualifying race, to the fact that many items have been stolen from the area, including helmets and bikes. Also the vandalizing of the phones that were installed and the burning of the stalls at the fairgrounds. I hope someone don't let one bad apple spoil the whole bunch, like Mr. Fearnow let a couple of words ruin his day."




"Anything thrown from a vehicle is considered trash. Food included, even though it is biodegradable, it attracts birds, some of which carry the West Nile Virus."




"Can someone tell me where Cloverleaf Road is. I went looking for a yard sale on that road the other day. Even cab drivers don't know where it is. Someone let me know where it is."

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