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Should I mention to The Powers That Be the new street signs are a joke? Take for imstance. The sign at the intersection of MLK and Hey 84. The cross street. Is labor d Fraizer Drive but the street name is Fraser Drive
I guess. I am not the only one with spell che├žk problems.


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