Glendale seeks way to save Senior Depot

Glendale seeks way to save Senior Depot

There are 1 comment on the The News-Review story from Dec 12, 2007, titled Glendale seeks way to save Senior Depot. In it, The News-Review reports that:

“Times are tough for some of these folks.”

Glendale has not survived by residents saying, "Hey, fix this for us," said Mayor John Poore. via The News-Review

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redneck

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#1 Dec 18, 2007
That place is a private clubhouse for Glendale snobs. If they want to save it, they should put in a day care center and something for youth activity. Make it a public building for more than a select few.

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