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Letter: Agrees with Vicki Miller

Comments re article 107789 Letter Supports Dustin Brockman

By Victoria Pike

I agree 100% with Vicki Miller that there are businesses all along Burkesville Street and I think it is ridiculous to say a young man trying to make a living can not put his business there. It was a grown up eye sore to Columbia before he cleaned it off. A great improvement to the looks of the area for sure.

It is his land. He cleaned it up with his money.

It's not like the area is completely residential so why all the brew ha. Whatever has to be done by the city to get this young man into his business needs to get done. Here we are begging for our community to grow but when somebody actually has a plan to do that we can't find a way to help him. Whatever the problem is, work it out and let him get on with his new tax paying business. I'm sure there is a way to help him. Now let's get it done.

There are more pressing problems to be addressed like the buildings literally falling apart on the square in Columbia. Make the owners fix them up or hire a dozer and bring them down for more parking downtown. End of rant. --Miss Victoria of Miss Victoria's Pampered Angus Ranch

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