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Letter: A good deed

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

Last Saturday afternoon in the hot, humid temperatures, two of our neighbors used their own equipment to cut and trim the waist-high growth at the intersection of Gum Fork and Clay Bank roads.

Their compensation? They said they would know the line of sight was clear and hopefully there would be no accidents at that intersection.

Many, many thanks to Trent and Rob from a grateful Clay Bank resident. Doesn’t Gloucester have caring citizens?

E.G. Watkins

Gloucester, Va. ...

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