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February 14, 2014

Rant & Rave for Feb. 14, 2014

Live Oak —

Big Raves to the Live Oak Suwannee River Regional Library librarians. These ladies are always friendly, eager to help, full of information and busy every day of the week. I am a faithful and frequent patron of the library and appreciate what a wonderful job these ladies do. Thank you!

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To those who expect to lose weight by walking or jogging, please be aware you must walk, run or jog approximately 35-miles to lose ONE POUND!  While exercise is good, the effective way to lose weight is by portion-control; cut your servings in half and see how quickly your weight drops!  Good luck!

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To Mr. Randy Harris:May I caution you when you think that only open fields and cows exist in NW Suwannee County around the catalyst site. There are many whose families have been in that area for four generations and does the legal term "affected persons" sound familiar? When you determine to develop Land Development Rights that ONLY apply to the catalyst site, please have your attorney on alert.

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Must agree that dogs running loose is steadily becoming a bigger problem in many areas. Animal control dept. is a joke, but then so is lack off any ordinance forcing folks to be responsible dog owners. Just about every place has some kinds rule on this for darn good reason.

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Commissioner Bashaw under the direction of Randy Harris will soon be raising your solid waste fees to about 200 dollars per year. Bashaw said to protect you from ID theft, the hackers don't dig through your garbage anymore they are to smart for that. Try watching the news. 

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you must have talked to somebody, the police car was moved a few feet over, sits there day after day, nights and weekends, maybe it is used after midnight. 

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