Litter Bugged | The SandPaper


Letters
By

Gail Travers
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on
March 17, 2021
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To the Editor:
This letter addresses the slogan “Think Globally, Act Locally.” On the world-wide and nationwide entrance, I check out to get information and facts from reliable sources, but am mindful that lots of people today do not. Until finally that share of the population accepts reality, it is outside of my capacity to modify their minds on political ideas.
On the nearby level, though it may well seem like a trivial subject, there is a key dilemma with litter. I see so a lot of liquor shot bottles, cans, coffee cups, and so on. by the aspect of the highway and in the woods it is amazing. I have lately begun hoping to clear it up on my walks, but it reappears nearly the following working day. There should be a exclusive position in hell for litterbugs, but here on Earth they are possibly rarely held accountable.
A person of my pet peeves is viewing weeks’ worthy of of circulars disintegrating in people’s driveways and on the facet of the highway. They will have to wander previous them on the way to their mailboxes. How considerably difficulties is it to bend about and decide them up? To the ideal of my knowledge, no a person has ever been rendered forever disabled accomplishing this rigorous process.
Now that the weather is acquiring warmer, I hope a lot more people will enable with cleansing up their neighborhoods because sad to say it is a problem that doesn’t appear to be likely away.
Mary Snyder
Parkertown

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