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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 27, 2014



    Glad to see 159 improved and made safer. The short-term inconvenience will be worth the long-term benefits. By the way, the City of Collinsville is getting close to $3 million in infrastructure improvements for water and storm water drainage. Unfortunately, Diane, I think, you are in the minority, with regards to your position on the 159 improvements. Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Maryville, and Swansea all saw more economic development, when 159 was improved and expanded in their communities.


    By the way, it appears you were taking a picture from your cell phone while driving in a work zone. That is a big no no and carries a hefty fine.


    I strongly agree with Diane, I think the new 159 is ruining our town, the removal of all the trees, shortened front yards, etc. Edwardsville has been a progressive town long before the widening of 159, cannot be compared to Collinsville. I am curious about how you think this project helped Maryville other then the new gas station, the road as far as I am concerned ruined Maryville also. Ron, Diane at a stop, Dah!

    Diane Meyer

    Actually Ron, it was my camera which was on the seat with me and as you can see the light was red and this was not a construction zone, just a cement divider zone. How many red light cycles do you sit through on Vandalia? And by sit, I do mean sit.

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