I don't always agree with the letters to the editors so I was surprised to agree with two last Tuesday.
It does seem that the city is making some interesting decisions. I don't like the idea of people being charged any type service fee after a crash. These people might already have medical bills and car repairs ahead and do not need a fee from anyone else. Also, I agree with Paul Hamilton on privacy vs. the city's desire to regulate and control the area. IT is a fine line.
I also did not like council's decision to not allow Lycoming college to make improvements to property they own. I hope the college wins in court and are permitted to tear down the three homes and fix up that area both to benefit the college and the community.
William Sober's letter made me laugh in regards to the Route 220 corridor. Sorry you made too much sense so the government cannot follow your very obvious and practical thoughts. I can also guess what their surveys will show and at no charge!
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