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Letter To The Editor

This article first appeared in issue 13, and was written by D.W. Swanner.

Writer suggests

data entry center

re: Oshkosh be gone

To whom:

I am not a native, nor do I live here. My parents moved here in the early nineties.

I am writing about the lost jobs from the OshKosh facility. I must ask: Has anyone thought of a Data Entry firm to occupy the physical plant and reemploying the displaced employees? These centers tend to like rural folks.

Just a thought.

s/D.W. Swanner

4120 S. 5th St/2nd floor

Louisville, 40214.1558


502.363.5407 voice/fax/data

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