Letter: Needed trucks
How can the city limit trucks on the side streets of Glenwood?
They specify the mail trucks, but if they don’t want trucks on the side streets, how will shops get merchandise to sell, restaurants get food to serve, bars get liquor to sell, your neighbors get large items they have had shipped to their homes, your mail, the list can go on and on. Glenwood is on a major shipping route for our area, and we have to deal with these things, not get rid of them.
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