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July 8, 2013
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Thanks, Food Ministry, but let me use the restroom

When it comes to improving our community, one way is to get more money circulating up here. The other suggestion is to bring back bathroom privileges at the Interfaith Food Ministry — either that or donate porta-potties, free toilet paper and free maintenance.

Another option is to get a new county supervisor. I did not know our supervisor held the deed of trust to the IFM restrooms, but I guess he does. On Flag Day I went to get some food, and after I got done using the bathroom, I was told that the county supervisor had put restrictions on clients using their bathrooms. Talk about selfishness; who is the real sinner here? I have been a client of IFM since 2009 and the Food Bank since 2011. I offer thanks to them and other local food banks and the community for donations to keep poor people like myself fed, so no one starves to death.

Thank you and God bless all of you. But I don’t appreciate bathroom restrictions.

Paul Pease

Grass Valley

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The Union Updated Jul 8, 2013 09:55PM Published Jul 8, 2013 05:02PM Copyright 2013 The Union. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.