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Many annoyances

| Saturday, June 20, 2015, 9:00 p.m.

Things that bother me:

• In the old Save-a-Lot parking lot along Greensburg Road in Lower Burrell is a Dodge Intrepid with two flat tires and expired registration and inspection stickers. It has sat there for about year.

Where are you Lower Burrell police? Could there be a body in the trunk?

We'll never know if nobody acts.

• I see U.S. Postal Service white Dodge Caravans driving around without license plates. What's the deal?

• Drivers who ignore the “No Turn on Red” signs, like the one on Bridge Street at the New Kensington Sheetz. The New Ken police stake the area out once in a while and add to the city's coffers via fines.

• People who use their cellphones/smartphones while driving. Don't get me started!

• People with nothing to say who won't shut up.

And on that note, I'm outta here.

Dan Mastowski

New Kensington

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