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MRev. Kenneth White, Jnr.

Waste Paper is a commodity and so is trash bags you would be surprised to find out how many people struggle for just basic sanitation needs to be resolved especially on my end of town....just take a drive down the alley if you dare. Even though Trash Bags and Toilet Paper cost a dollar for twelve thirteen gallon bags being able to get to a store when one has the money and then actually having the money are both a conundrum for a lot of people receiving food credit assistance alone.

Robert Enders

I hope that is the only branch with that policy.

It seems to me that there is more mischief of this nature taking place in north side bathrooms than on the south side. Maybe someone would like to take a survey?

Alex Jokay

From what my librarian friends tell me, TP theft sounds like far less of a problem than the homeless flushing their soiled undies and causing flooded washrooms. Bon appetit!

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