Maybe if Rob Deu Pree had methamphetamine hit him at his personal level he would be more willing to join the task force ("Meth: The Drug Next Door, The Daily Astorian, Sept. 14-16). How about we cut his pay or do away with his job in order to assign an officer to this important task force? This county has to be united against this scourge and start making life miserable for the drug sellers and, yes, the users as well. Wake up.

CHERYL MALINEN

Astoria

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