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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    February 11, 2014



    The key words there are making it "better". Don't particularly like the closures, but the end result will be welcomed.
    And traffic in St. Louis is a piece of cake compared to many major metropolitan areas.

    Diane Meyer

    Ron, no. Not better. Different maybe but not better. 64 is a good example of not better.

    Ann Hinrichs

    oh no, after my commute Friday! and might I say they still aren't done all the way on 40 by Kingshighway?

    Diane Meyer

    Ann, do you think we could get a citizen protest going? I'm sure there are 1000's of people who would take part. I thought the whole idea of the new bridge was to lighten the Poplar and now they want to redo that? I'm just stunned.


    Diane, I don't know how you can say 64/40 is not better and safer.
    The overpasses at Kings highway,
    Brentwood, Lindbergh aren't better and safer.
    The access to I64/40 is much better and safer.
    You don't like the inconvenience, but it is necessary.
    Just like the great improvements to Route 159 in Collinsville. Much better and much safer and definitely improves travel thru Collinsville.

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