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tom amato April 21, 2014 at 08:24 AM
Agree!! I went Easter Sunday. I don't think these people remember that they need customers. TheRead Morepl ace was empty, just like the shelves. I ordered 4 croissants, but when I requested they be put in a box, it was as though I asked for the impossible. Begrudgingly, the grump behind the counter did so. My $10 was not well spent. Shame on them
Debbie O'Brien April 21, 2014 at 10:29 AM
Whenever I am displeased by service at any business, restaurant, retail store, mechanic shop, etc. Read MoreI tell the boss. I send emails to customer service and let the business owners/managment know exactly how I feel. I hope that when I am not up to my expected performance in my business that my customers will let me know. Every business has shortcomings. It's in everyones best interest to direct your comments, concerns and compliments to the establishment.
Chuck Idol April 20, 2014 at 01:51 PM
It's a mandate ..go to my site and read..does not matter..pokes are chemicaly laced and dangerousRead Moreei ther way. d a danger wither way. H
Arguendo April 21, 2014 at 07:54 AM
This is the PR; there is no "mandate" for poles, and the de-powering of Glenwood LandingRead Morea nd the existing 69kV trans-harbor feeder defeats the "microgrid" objective. http://www.smartgridnews.com/artman/publish/Delivery_Grid_Optimization/New-York-launches-massive-grid-hardening-and-modernization-effort-6293.html#.U1UGH_ldUrU
Just plant a few English Ivy vines around in the dirt/sand of each pole and let them grow up theRead Morepol es and in a few years you will see Ivy poles instead.