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Continued: Tevlin: Dry cleaner presses case against St. Paul bus stop

  • Article by: JON TEVLIN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 4, 2014 - 7:14 AM

Did I mention yet that part of that business for 15 years has been pressing U.S. flags for veterans and soldiers who have died?

For free.

“These guys risked their lives for their country; it’s the least I could do,” Tracy said. “A few times I realized I was pressing it for some kid who just died in Afghanistan. That’s tough.”

In the scope of issues facing the naked city, Tracy’s driveway may not seem like much. But he said he had no choice but to use his pie chart and petition to fight.

“I’ve been a good neighbor for a long time,” he said. “My family has spent our lives here.”

 

jtevlin@startribune.com • 612-673-1702

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