Letter to the Editor, Sept. 23
To The Editor:
We citizens are still plagued by the king-sized caverns (man holes) in our streets. They're no better since my last letter; if anything, they're worse.
They are in all of our streets -- Federal, State, Local and even some private. It's a thousand wonders some automobiles and people haven't been lost in them: maybe they have and we just don't know it.
Why can't the Power Company cover them so that they will be at least partially even with the streets? Other towns seem to. Some are so wide and deep they're damaging our vehicles and surely our nerves and tempers.
Maybe I'm the only person that these huge holes bother. But when you hit them over and over again, and you will eventually, maybe you'll join me in my humble effort to get something done about them.
W. Nowlin Taylor