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Letter to the Editor
Monday, June 24, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Congratulations to Carl Toscalani on his retirement as Frazer Police chief.

I have known Carl for almost 40 years and there is nothing fake about him. Carl always had time to discuss problems and tried to solve the situation the right way.

Between Carl and Jamie Bock, you had a great team. It was great to see Carl get his just due in becoming chief of Frazer. I only hope they give Matt Kaminski the same consideration as he becomes chief.

Thanks, Carl, for all you have done. Have a great retirement and may God bless you.

Bill M. Faulk

Natrona Heights

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