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Letter: Falmouth bus benefits many, not a few

Opinion

Letter: Falmouth bus benefits many, not a few

While writing this letter as I am riding back to my home in Falmouth on the 6:30 pm bus, I do not recognize any of the four other passengers. The bus is not exactly empty, nor do I have to stand as I have sometimes done at earlier times in the day. One passenger leaves on Washington Avenue. When I get off at the Audubon Society bus stop, the other passengers are still on the bus going somewhere in Falmouth.

I have been fortunate today and for many days in the past to be able to have the bus available. In the winter the bus is running on Route 1, amazingly close to being on time. Having the bus in Falmouth is certainly a choice our town citizens have made, benefiting many in our community and not just a few. Please join with me in voting no to stopping this great service.

David Nicklas
Falmouth