Put the CSX facility in the mayor's backyard

Since it was Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake who "invited" CSX to build their transportation rail facility in Baltimore, I suggest that a location in her community be found to accommodate the site ("Political opposition rises against CSX rail facility in Morrell Park," Oct. 15).

I live in the Southwest Baltimore community of Violetville, and the thought of an additional 300 trucks a day rumbling down an already congested Caton Avenue is sickening.

Sean Tully, Baltimore

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