Letter to the Editor

Be responsible

San Luis ObispoJanuary 29, 2014 

Why do people not take responsibility for their actions? A bike rider was a recent victim of hit-and-run next to Marigold Center. My parked car was a recent victim of a hit-and-run while I was a customer in Marigold Center. I spent the last year restoring our old vehicle to pristine condition to have it totaled by someone’s lack of taking responsibility for their actions. I now have to absorb a $3,000 repair bill, if I want to keep it.

The “Happiest Town” has some not-so-nice people. The responding officer for my event stated this type of behavior is commonplace daily in SLO — why?

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