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Bus petition is more important that people that wants only a young workforce

Don't listen to the naysayers about the South County Connector.  All they want to do is to ruin it for us that want to either work part time or volunteer.  Signing this petition is like telling these Fortune 500 people that we won't stand for their rubbish.  Grocery stores on the other hand are also good at hiring seniors.  On the outskirts of Mehlville is the intersection of Midamerica Lane and Butler Hill Road.  That street leads to two hotels and a doctors office.  This bus would serve Oakville, Mehlville, Concord, Sappington, Lakeshire, Affton, and Kirkwood.  If Kaldi's Coffee in Kirkwood comes up short on staff to keep the place open, this bus would get the coffee place out of trouble as it would bring people our age to work at the coffee place.  

 

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