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I am writing on behalf of the seniors who attend the Port Washington SCSC. It brought tears to my eyes when I saw that the bus that takes me to the Port Washington Senior Community Service Center had been vandalized, not once, but twice. As a result, the bus was out of service for several days while repairs were made. And the seniors who rely on the bus for transportation were forced to stay home.

Aside from the expense of the repairs, this has caused hardship for me and for those seniors who rely on the bus for transportation. We not only missed a hot lunch for several days, but more importantly, we missed the opportunity to spend time with our friends.

We hope that the people who vandalized our bus will think twice before they do something like this again, and understand that their actions have hurt me and the other frail senior citizens who ride the bus.

Sylvia Pace

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