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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • On which genius in the city's labyrinth do I dump two wheelbarrows of stale, near maggoty, kudos for complicating our monthly payments?
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  • On which genius in the city's labyrinth do I dump two wheelbarrows of stale, near maggoty, kudos for complicating our monthly payments?
    Once upon a time we made one monthly payment. Now, thanks to said genius, we get to write two checks, pay the feds for two stamps, and make two separate trips to post these missiles of city calm and fiscal comfort. Congratulations, bureaucracy! You have increased our workload 100 percent, insured needful work for yourselves, and forgotten the "KISS" principle: keep it simple, stupid. Grammatically speaking, our city's bureaucracy personifies the direct object of the "KISS" epithet. — Dean O. Luke, Medford
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