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October 19, 2020


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Thank you!.... for showing up and telling it like it is. You can always be counted on to mop up the mess. I too, look forward to the day when I can leave this county far behind. The only thing that makes living here tolerable is the fact that I no longer have children in the toxic school system. For a county that espouses a "Choose Civility" lifestyle as it's motto, I find living here very, very uncivil.

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