Letters to the Editor

Posted: Friday, March 08, 2002

Public transportation makes world of difference to those who need it

To whom this may concern,

My name is John Clark. I am a full-time line cook at Mykel's restaurant.

I don't have a license to drive. I am working on it.

CARTS (Central Area Rural Transit System) has helped me beyond belief. They provide something so valuable you would be a lame-brained vegetable to think otherwise.

The Kenai Peninsula is a rugged land. On top of that, it snows three-quarters of the year. Until we are able to teleport ourselves like on Star Trek, we, I mean people in my shoes, have to have some kind of public transportation.

A huge amount of people depend on CARTS. To be able to function in the community, people need to be mobile. There is no reason people should suffer like I have before CARTS came along.

Please don't take CARTS away from me, and a whole lot of other human beings.

John Clark, Soldotna

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