The following is in response to “Walks” in the 2-Cent column September 10, 2020: Walking in the street is often safer than on sidewalks that are uneven, narrow or have ups and downs at driveways, especially for those with balance issues. The Highlands has such streets. Drivers should be courteous and keep a safe distance for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Just realized the statue on Swarthmore across from the movie theater that the man with the hand over his heart is pledging to the flag across the street and I love it.
Love finally having the hardware store in town.
I love all the people at the Post Office. We have the kindest post office workers in the state.
I keep seeing mixed responses about how to handle Halloween this year in the Palisades…. I hope people still decorate at least!! This year really is about being creative and making the best out of what we can (safely of course).
Please never leave anything in your car, not a jacket, not a phone cable, and most definitely not a bag or purse. I’ve seen way too many posts on Nextdoor about car break-ins and theft lately so please everyone be vigilant and be mindful of any valuables you may have in your car.
Sure hope distance learning is going well for everyone, families, students and teachers. This year has brought on tough times but it’s great to see us continuously trying to push through.
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