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Joyce Coomer offers to serve as crossing guard for painting

Re: Mary Anne Loy's comment about painting the crosswalk strips at the Columbia UMC . . .

Joyce Coomer writes
"We the people" are the ultimate owners of any and all property deemed government property. Our hard work and tax dollars pay for ALL government property so we should have more than a cursory say so in how things are done and treated. If Mary Anne wishes to paint the crosswalk, I'll act as crossing guard while she paints. Joyce M. Coomer
See also: Safer Sundays now with Cones at Crosswalk

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