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Editorial: Four More Years

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Four years from now when Mayor Bobby Bright celebrates the completion of a third term, we all want to say we feel safer living here.

Voters overwhelmingly gave him a third term.

The mayor pledged to make public safety a priority in that term.

Attacking crime requires teamwork from many constituencies.

Families and neighborhoods need to instill a respect for fellow man from an early age.

Immediate intervention is needed to make sure high school drop outs become GED grads.

Judges can assist in sentencing.

Prison space must be available for repeat offenders.

Patrolling procedures can be examined.

WSFA 12 News plans a live town meeting September 10th at 7pm to help find solutions...and take back our neighborhoods.

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