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07.13.16

July 13, 2016, 12:00 am
By SFR

Cover, July 6: “Network Disruption”


Too Much Help?

I hate that this happened to my family too. Agave purposely pushed my kids out the door, and all our services [were] compromised too. Why? The clinical supervisor, Marc Voss, claims we had services too long.

Anita Vargas
via Facebook


Disgrace

What a disgrace for New Mexico, and what an injustice to those who need help!

Karen Elle Irwin
via Facebook


Muted Voices

What an important story! Many forget that data (and numbers) are actually real people —often with muted voices. Thank you for the difficult reporting you’ve done during this administration.

Elaine Romero
via Facebook


Food, July 6: “Georgia Blues”


Intentional Dis

Went to Georgia last night, and it was wonderful! We are locals and have been going for over a year and have never been disappointed. Your review feels intentionally derogatory. As far as “rug rats,” none were to be seen. In fact, we ran into many well-known, long-term Santa Feans, and it felt like old-home week. Yay Georgia—good move, and you will continue to be one of my favorites.

My hat is off to chef Leroy and, as always, Mark the bartender.

Candy Brenton
SFReporter.com


Right on Target

Love the shrimp and grits! Glad it is still there. Who likes to have a bar and bar noise in a dining room? Bad idea! Especially since they have a great bar already.

Ed Brown
Santa Fe



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