Ferdie to Bob

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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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    March 31, 2014

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    Ron

    I nominate Diane to be the Road Czar.

    Frank

    Only one day of one lane at the intersection of Park and Rt. 159.

    Stay away form Rt 159 that day. Take Rt 157, Johnson Hill Road or Keebler. If going South, even the Troy/O'Fallon Road.

    Traffic is flowing pretty good and they have 1/2 of the street closed down. They are making progress, and I thank Congressman Hoffman for getting the project started and maybe Kay for continuing it.

    Diane Meyer

    It's fine to avoid it but what if you can't avoid it. What if your street bumps up against it.

    Ron

    Whoa, Frank. State Representative Hoffman not Congressman Hoffman. We sure don't want that to happen. Dwight Kay was the guy who made sure the funding was completed.
    And Diane, it's called progress, with a little patience and less complaining.

    Diane Meyer

    It's fine to call it progress if you have no reason to be on that part of town

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