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Military, sycamore trees and the post office

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Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 6:16 am

After all the waste of all the military men and women, and trillions of our badly needed money, those people still don’t know how to take care of themselves. I say bring all Americans home and let (the countries) battle it out themselves, because they have all been fighting since the beginning of time.

In other areas, I bet I have the oldest and biggest around sycamore tree in Lodi. It is so messy year-round, and when the leaves fall all of my neighbors get part of the leaves. I have two yard and garden containers, and they are not enough sometimes.

Anyway, because of the sycamores Downtown, people park in the post office parking lot. If I need to go inside the post office, I have to park one to two blocks away, and then there may be only three or four people inside.

Edna Spano

Lodi

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