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AL February 11, 2014 at 03:53 PM
You will carry on somehow. Probably a clan meeting somewhere.
Josie February 13, 2014 at 03:58 PM
sorry I missed something could someone please give me the facts ? thanks
Pam Hamburg February 16, 2014 at 10:34 AM
Guess I can join the minority too, huh?
Pam Hamburg January 13, 2014 at 05:06 PM
Are you related to the business, Lisa? I've already been heckled by one of their friends. $730Read Morefor a fairly simple tow job. Tow guys videoing and taking pics of the accident with their personal cells, laughing at the whole thing as they did so. The average should have been about $350, according to the tow industry standards. Being forced to pay CASH ONLY, EXACT CHANGE ONLY in the middle of a parking lot because they don't have an office. I felt like I was doing a drug deal. If their videos show up on YouTube, the proverbial poop will really hit the fan. Being belittled and condescended to by the lot worker whom I dealt with. Something fishy here that stinks to high heaven...long story. I AM getting things done, but it's just going to take time. I can be like a terrier and I always win these kinds of situations. Thank God there have only been a couple. This by far is the worst. If you are a friend, then you pass this back to them. I really don't care. They have people involved where it is NONE OF THEIR BUSINESS, including the 'business' itself. It was a tow job, so MYOB! Do not pass judgment on the driver, then spread it all over Carroll County. But then, I'm doing the same and doing a much better job. I don't know how some people can sleep at night.
Lisa Haderman January 14, 2014 at 08:35 AM
Alot of towing companies seem to be run by lowlifes and their drivers are usually guys who couldn't Read Moreget a job elsewhere .My father owned a tow company years ago & the kind of guys that worked those jobs were not great people no class drunks addicts etc.My childrens bio father I'll use that term lightly is one in Carroll co .My kids aren't mine biologically most of his co workers are alcoholics & addicts. The picture taking should have been with a company camera.They do that to show prior damage etc so they don't get blamed for any damage.It was wrong to video it etc. I AM NOT RELATED OR KNOW THESE PEOPLE.Good luck in making them responsible for their actions Pam .What they were doing is wrong. Any names of the people involved? PM ME .haderman@peoplepc.com
Pam Hamburg January 14, 2014 at 01:37 PM
I've emailed you privately.
Buck Harmon December 17, 2013 at 10:27 AM
Healthcare for geriatric human beings of Carroll has a lot to be desired...Carroll Hospital doesn't Read Moreeven have a geriatric unit or specific program designed for the best treatment of seniors. Especially seniors with memory issues. What can the Carroll Health department do to improve these very poor existing conditions?
David Shamer December 25, 2013 at 01:57 PM
I have to walk the path of Mr. Harmon. Good government jobs are important to both the community and Read Moreemployees. Living with HIV/AIDs and the issues aassociated with living with these conditions should be addressed and not swept under the table using budjet and confidentuality issues as reasons for intolerance and niglect.
Maggie Kunz January 30, 2014 at 03:15 PM
Thank you both for your comments. The Carroll County Health Department does have clinics for thoseRead Morew ith HIV/AIDS. Please contact the HIV/AIDS Program Supervisor at 410-876-4771. Also, we have several programs to help seniors connect with local resources and stay living at home if possible, or find appropriate care. If you know elderly residents who need help, please encourage them to contact the Program Manager of Services for Adults with Disabilities and Chronic Health Problems at 410-876-4954.