Mount Vernon News
Mount Vernon News
January 19, 2013 8:46 am EST




  • “Yes, because getting into one location could be faster at getting responses. Being separate is kind of faulty.”

    Christian Reynolds, Mount Vernon
  • “Yes, it would. It’s always beneficial to combine things and have less overhead.”

    Jason Huffman, Mount Vernon
  • “It sounds like it could be more efficient.”

    Don Connell, Mount Vernon
  • “I don’t see where it would be a problem. Whatever’s most efficient should be what’s done.”

    Sharen O’Harra, Mount Vernon
  • “It would be better for those working there for consolidation.”

    Elen Connell, Mount Vernon
  • “Yes. It could simplify things and cause less confusion.”

    Jane Harrod, Brandon

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