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2018-02-21 / Bee Heard

Bee Heard

.I was not surprised to see that Dodge Road made number one on the list of worst roads. The only time we seem to see anyone fix our road is for putting band-aids on it before the Ride for Roswell. It has been in desperate need of repair for a long time.

.Potholes are the biggest highway problem in Amherst at this time.

.As Supervisor Kulpa strives for more public land and green space, he can fill in all the potholes in Amherst with organic soil and grass seed. Watering is not needed.

.The February minutes of the Energy Conservation Citizens Advisory Committee are posted. Board liaison Jacqueline Burger and three members were absent form the meeting. Posted minutes do not contain 2017 kilowatt hours output from the Clearfield solar panels nor the January 2018 output. This is unacceptable.

.In all the years The Bee has been in business, I’m sure you have never printed a cuter photograph than the one on the cover of Wednesday, Feb. 14 issue.

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