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Letter: RFTA procures pocketbook

It is my sincere wish to thank everyone connected with helping me retrieving my pocketbook Feb. 18. I left my pocketbook on Mike’s bus — the driver of the Glenwood bus — and he turned it over to his supervisor, Rick.

When I discovered I left it, I asked the bus driver how to proceed and he wisely advised me to go to Rubey Park and tell them that I left it on the bus. Meg and Stan very efficiently started the wheels turning and I retrieved pocketbook from Rick the same day at 27th Street in Glenwood. Thank you, Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, and all those honest people who are employed by RFTA.

Antoinette Jaworski

New Castle


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