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Victoria Pike: Applauds those voluntarily cleaning rights-of-way

Urges others to follow suit: Take pride, people, in your home and property.
Comments re photo 67934 Ask not what your Commonwealth can do for you . . .

By Victoria Pike
Personal commentary

I applaud Junior for taking the initiative to keep his property looking its best.

We all need to join this practice and mow all you can around your property.

I do and so do some of my other neighbors.

Don't sit back complaining that the city, county, or state hasn't gotten around to mowing off along our roads, get out what equipment you have and get to work.

Mowing can't be done every week or two by our road crews because it simply costs too much and our cities, counties, and state can't afford it.

I hope this picture and articles encourages others to get out and get to mowing around their property. TAKE PRIDE PEOPLE in your home and property. --Victoria Pike

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