Letter to the Editor: Please don’t quit funding free dump day

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  This is a letter to Pete Rios and any other representatives who has a say so on this subject.

  The subject is our free garbage dump day that happens on the second Saturday of the month. When I went to this last garbage day, I heard a rumor that the district was going to sop the free garbage day.

  If that is true where are we going to dump our garbage? Out in the desert? Up a wash? Or on somebody’s property? This is what will happen!

  We just had a voting for more taxes to fix our roads. But who will get the road repairs? Down around Florence or other roads that might need it here in Pinal County? But we need it here in the rural areas also which never get taken care of.

  Go the speed limit over the railroad track at Hayden Junction. When you go over the track it just about jerks the steering wheel out of your hands and it throws your car off balance, and that isn’t the only place need fixing. Take a ride over our rural roads and see for yourself.

  Use this extra money for road taxes to help your people get things that they need such as our free dump day. You close our free dump day and you will be okaying our district turning into a pig sty.

/s/ Pat Payton

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