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No bus service leaves us stranded
To the editor:
It's quite apparent we do not have city buses. Now we have no Greyhound service. Not only can we not move about the city, we can no longer purchase a ticket to get out of town.
Those of us without vehicles and possibly the elderly are feeling a sense of being trapped or POC -- prisoners of Cape.
U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson and Mayor Jay Knudtson agree it's a problem, but they haven't done anything about it. What can the public do about it?
JEAN RABE, Cape Girardeau