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R.D. Olsen letter: Moose would have seen bright yellow lines

The recent well-reported moose calamity was another result of the city of Fargo's steadfast refusal to paint bright yellow lines on its streets. How were the poor beasts to know they had wandered out of the river bottom into something quite diffe...

The recent well-reported moose calamity was another result of the city of Fargo's steadfast refusal to paint bright yellow lines on its streets. How were the poor beasts to know they had wandered out of the river bottom into something quite different?

On a rainy night it is hard enough for drivers to tell the difference. Think about it and call your friendly city commissioner.

R.D. Olsen

Fargo

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