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Tricia Bishop’s op-ed on trash brought calm and reason to the discussion

Tricia Bishop’s op-ed on trash brought calm and reason to the discussion
Traveling trash men Michael Rivieccio, Anthony Gusmano and Nicholas DeAngelis clean up a vacant lot along Monroe Street during a cleanup with a group of volunteers in West Baltimore. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

The rhetoric on the issue of Baltimore’s trash problem being spewed by President Donald Trump, some of our elected officials, and more than a few members of the press, has gotten exceedingly foul. So reading Tricia Bishop’s musings on the topic was like a breath of fresh air (“Plenty of trash to go around in Baltimore,” August 16).

Ms. Bishop’s insights were honest, fair, and, above all, calm.

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If we all followed her example when discussing or debating the many controversial issues of our times, then maybe we would actually begin to understand each other a little better and even begin to get some things done.

Sean Tully, Baltimore

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