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• the city council.
• physical therapists who cross boundaries with patients and family members.
• employees who are a cancer in the workplace.
• the city for not fixing the flooding problem on Central north of Rocky Ford that has been flooding for years.
• the proposed increase of heavy railroad traffic cutting the city park and across the river causing noise pollution and disturbing wildlife.
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