Letters to the Editor

Spilling over with thoughts

Why do trash collectors spill some of the trash in the street (“Trashed,” Sept. 29)? The answer is because people overload their trash containers, especially the recycling ones.

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Just words

Despite having more than 1.5 million fewer votes than his opponent, Mr. Trump is set to be the next president of the United States.

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Applause for Donatucci

I am a senior attending Julia R. Masterman High School and a resident of the 185th Legislative District living in Girard Estate.

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Thankful for his example

In September 1994, I started my sophomore year at St. John Neumann High School and looked forward to many aspects of it, including having Mr. Bill Feeley as my Honors English teacher.

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Mario’s musings

Now that the election is over and there are no more negative commercials, we have to deal with protestors all over the country disrupting traffic and everything else.

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Compassion in Passyunk Square

The Passyunk Square Civic Association strongly condemns and deplores the recent incidents of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti in and around our South Philadelphia neighborhood.

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The right to be heard

TRUMP WINS seemed to be missing on the front covers of all newspapers.

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Emerging as one nation

Thanks to Joseph Myers for his post election coverage of how South Philly voted (“Clinton Wins … South Philly,” Nov. 10).

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Condemning racist and anti-Semitic graffiti

We condemn in the strongest possible terms the racist and Anti-Semitic graffiti that recently appeared in South Philadelphia.

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A vote for the columnist

Mr. Cardella’s piece on Hillary Clinton (“Hillary,” Nov. 3) was excellent.

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