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Letter to the editor: Peduto's skills outdated

| Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, 9:00 p.m.

Regarding “Peduto says Pittsburgh ‘clearly needs to do a much better job' removing snow” : While the mayor wishes to appear as if he is doing something (similar to his liberal progressive puppetmasters), all he is doing is stating the obvious. His problem-solving skills with regard to clearing snow are as outdated and stinky as three-day-old fish.

Perhaps he should think outside the snow shovel a little. Our brothers to the north are: Some Canadian municipalities are using beet juice to keep their roads free of ice.

G. McMarlin

Shaler

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