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Doesn't want Columbia to be another used to be town

Rita Smith writes:
Thanks Ed for your input. Was well appreciated to finally hear some truth in the matter. Always knew that had a bearing on the problem and as I continue getting up at 4 in the morning to drive 20 miles to work, I just deal with it. We can't have progress in this town if everyone is not willing to work together. Eventually we will be just another little "used to be" town that once was, although it somewhat is now. Do you remember the stores in town like I do? Thanks, Ed, for allowing me to voice my opinion. -Rita Smith
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