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Letter: Rude W. Jordan neighbors and their fireworks

Published January 7, 2014 1:01 am
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Happy New Year to my inconsiderate West Jordan neighbors. Why West Jordan is called the home of the good neighbor is a mystery; it should be the firework capital of Utah. Fireworks started at 7:20 p.m. and continued till 6 the next morning.

There is no explanation for the outright rudeness. I did not want to spend my evening outside calming my horses down. No injuries occurred this time.

Get a grip, West Jordan people, this was a rural area before you came with your fireworks. See ya on the 4th!

Chris Anderson

West Jordan




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