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Saturday, January 18, 2014 9:16 PM

DEAR EDITOR:

As the “Blizzard of 2014” ends, we left with snow as far as the eye can see, frigid temperatures and icy roads. One of these are able to be controlled, of course. I’m talking of the icy and unsafe roadways. This should not be a concern for residents of Delphos and its surrounding area, yet the streets are horrendous. Why? Is it the city budget? Is it our so-called “civil servants?”

The safety of citizens, more importantly children, should top the list of concerns of city county and our mayor.

We can’t afford water let alone snow plows. That alone should be a call to action.

When drivers can’t accelerate past 10 mph without sliding, there’s a problem.

Manage the budget, cut down on expenses, do whatever it takes to make America’s Friendliest City also one of its safest.

Regards,

Kellen Schomaeker

Delphos

 

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