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September 15, 2013

You Said It: Sept. 16

About pit bulls, trashy yards and the purchase of Mallard Lake

(Continued)

THB: Agreed, it is everyone's responsibility to keep their own area clean (remember that one from kindergarten?) and it is not just the west side. If you drop it, pick it up; if it needs mowed, mow it and if it doesn't run, have it towed!

An affiliate of Best Way Disposal, Bex Farms, has purchased the Mallard Lake Landfill property but says it has no plans for a landfill. (Sept. 9)

So a waste disposal company buys Mallard Lake but has no plans to use it for waste disposal? Got it.

THB: Coincidence?

A Frankton standoff ended peacefully last week with an arrest and safety precautions were taken at Frankton Elementary School. (Sept. 12)

The school handled this situation GREAT! My children had a normal day and their school day was not interrupted. I know other adults who were at the school when this took place and they were very happy with the way this was handled. Kudos FES!

THB: Good that the standoff ended peacefully and that school was uninterrupted.

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