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Original post made by Kate, Duveneck/St. Francis, on Mar 2, 2014

In the recent City of PA Utilities bill is the usual announcements "yellow sheet' - with this item. "Take Charge of Your Mailbox! The average American received 41 lbs. of junk mail a year. Reduce junk mail,
visit <www.cityofpaloalto.org/junkmail> or call (650) 496-5910.

A good start is by reducing or stopping the glut of do's and don't and repetitive junk mail from the Utility Department!!! WHAT does all this cost plus postage? It does cause desk clutter, file clutter, and brain clutter. Enough is a enough.Would be cheaper to take out an ad in the local papers.

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Posted by Cognoscenti
a resident of Midtown
on Mar 3, 2014 at 8:58 am

Yeah, it seems that the Utilities Department is managed by a lot of hypocritical people with too little work to do.

Just look at all those phony water use evaluation sheets they send out!


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