Barricades to line path where truck hit 2

Jun 16, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Journal News

A Brewster code enforcement officer has declared the building where a mother and daughter were struck and killed by an allegedly drunk driver last week 'unsafe.' Village code enforcer Robert Serino said concrete barriers, known as Jersey barriers, would be donated and installed this week along the pedestrian path, from the parking lot to the front ...

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just more b.s.
enforcement of immigration laws is needed.
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This problem would disappear pronto if it became law that those found guilty as charged in such cases face mandatory 10 years forced labor.

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