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Address problem holding back Rostraver

To the Editor:

In honor of my mom, Rose Bruno Calderone, who left us last year on May 19, I want to continue her untiring effort to name the love of her home and business area Rostraver, Pa.

She eagerly wanted this area to grow. Perhaps a lack of the correct address has stopped this dream from being fulfilled.

Can anyone who knows the real reason or reasons for the lack of growth along Route 51 please write a letter to the editor and divulge justified reasons.

The economy is not the ultimate concern -- population can't be. The good farmers have sold or are willing to sell land. Uniontown area is developed beautifully. Greensburg and Washington are certainly to be admired.

I am a daughter who would like to see her mom's dream come true. It must be done in good taste.

Carmel A. Calderone

Rostraver

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