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T. Neal: Some better things for Council to do than ban bars
' . . . to limit progress is a sad thing. Limit hours of operation and proceed with progress,' he writes, adding 'Maybe vote on shutting down all the meth dealers and pill pushers first.' - T. NEAL
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By T. Neal
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I am disheartened to hear the city Council would even consider taking action on this.
No, I am not for standalone bars, but I don't myself care, because it has no bearing on my aspect in life.
But to limit progress is a sad thing. Limit hours of operation and proceed with progress.
Maybe vote on shutting down all the meth dealers and pill pushers first - not legal law abiding people. T. Neal
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