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I get so frustrated going to my local hardware store, because the people there aren’t very helpful. When I need a tool or maybe some replacement parts, I’ll ask a clerk, who just points me toward an aisle, and I have to find it myself. I’ve complained to the manager, but nothing seems to change. What can I do? — Charlotte in Concord, N.H. Well, if you’re really dissatisfied with that particular hardware store, and complaining to the manager didn’t help, your best option is to take your business to another hardware store. You can do one last thing to help them improve their service: Tell the manager why you’re leaving, and, if you feel so inclined, write or email the store’s corporate office (if there is one) explaining the problem. The giant home-improvement stores, like Home Depot and Lowe’s, got big for a number of reasons. One is the availability and choice of supplies that they can carry. But to stay competitive, they emphasize

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customer service to their employees. It’s normal for an employee, when asked for help by a customer, to take them to the aisle and specific product that the customer is looking for. If the store you’re dissatisfied with is one of these major chain home-improvement stores, definitely communicate the problem to store management and their regional office. Now, I don’t know what repair you’re trying to do, but if it involves replacement parts, bring them to your newly selected hardware store. This will help the employee in that department match the part. If it’s a specific tool you’re looking for, write down the name of the tool or bring in a picture of it. (This is where smartphones are really helpful, because you can search for the tool online, often while in the store ... but I digress.) This will speed up the process considerably. Send your questions or home tips to ask@thisisahammer.com. My new e-book, “101 Best Home Tips,” is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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In January 2012 Speelberg Enterprises began discussions with Town of Portland officials regarding a campground project on Woleben Rd. There were many positive aspects to the project. It would create jobs, generate tax reve nue, and bring tourists to the area. The way it was to be operated was also to be a benefit to the community. With preference given to community groups, such as the Boy Scouts of America as well as disabled veterans, the project was to be a real asset to the Town. However, during the months that followed, this project was plagued by the type of bureaucratic nonsense and small minded mentality which often frustrates small businesses in this area. During the application process, Speelberg Enterprises has been lied to and lied about. The arbitrary and capricious conduct of public officials has risen to the level of ridiculousness in an attempt to undermine a project which could only serve as a benefit to the community. Specifically, the residents of Portland need to be made aware of the conduct of Code Enforcement Officer Signe Rominger, Town Attorney Charles Loveland, and the Portland Planning Board. Signe Rominger On January 18th, 2012, after reviewing the stated requirements for Town approval of this project and believing several of them to be inapplicable, requested that Code Enforcement Officer Signe Rominger waive costly and unnecessary requirements, as is her authority under Section 818 of the Town Zoning Code. She refused to do so, stating that she did not believe that she had the authority and that it was up to the Planning Board. We then requested a meeting with Town officials and Planning Board members to discuss the waiver of some of these requirements. One substantially expensive and time consuming requirement was a survey of the entire property. As none of the proposed development was anywhere near any adjacent property, we were told that the survey requirement would be waived if we provided aerial photographs and tax maps. However, when we provided these materials as requested, we were told that the meeting wasn’t really a meeting and therefore nothing that we were told mattered. Rominger then instructed us to put our requests in writing and that the Board would likely honor them. Instead, what we got was a phone call from Rominger saying that the Board would not honor our requests or their word regarding the survey. Rominger’s misstatements continued as she told us that all other permit applications that she has been involved with were required to submit stamped surveys and Long Form SEQRs. A FOIL request for these applications revealed that not only was this not the case, but the vast majority of applications were granted without providing almost any of the information which Rominger stated was “mandatory”. When it was pointed out to her that we are not the “lead agency” for the purposes of fi lling out the SEQR form, Rominger insisted that we fill out the form and suggested that we pay to have it completed by a professional. This flies in the face of the fact that the form itself states that it has been designed to be filled out by a layperson and the fact that several of the SEQR forms we obtained through FOIL were prepared by Rominger herself. Rominger then compounded the ridiculous nature of her earlier statements when she completely reversed herself after we had fully completed the form. Either Rominger is dismally unaware of the requirements of the Code she is charged with enforcing as well as the application process that she is to oversee, or she was intentionally misleading us. Charles Loveland In a recent article Loveland had published in the Observer, he accuses me of being responsible for t he delays in this project. His article repeatedly alleges that Rominger and the Planning Board were only complying with the law. He even said, “Mr. Speelberg wants things done his way and to hell with the law.” It is interesting that Loveland should now attempt t o hide behind his certainty of the law that he was so uncertain of throughout the entire process. Anyone who attended the Planning Board meetings will recall that Loveland would often make claims as to what “the law” said and then when asked to provide support for his claims, he would respond, “It isn’t our job to tell you what the law is.” After having repeatedly provided all of the information that the Board requested, only to be met with another even more ridiculous demand for more information, we asked Loveland what information the Board would ultimately require. He responded by saying, “We do not tell applicants what needs to be submitted.” Planning Board After sixteen (16) months, thousands of wasted dollars, and a lawsuit, the Planning Board finally is sued a conditional permit for the project. Even at the very end, Chairman Robert Patterson couldn’t resist taking one more shot by saying, “If you had just provided the information we requested at the beginning, this wouldn’t have happened,” Well Bob, we are still wondering which of the Board’s repeated capricious and occasionally downright silly requests over the last sixteen (16) months you are referring to. Was it the one that we were given at the meeting we were later told didn’t count because it wasn’t a “real” meeting? What about the three additional sets of Board requirements that we complied with between July and October 2012? Or maybe you are referring to the Board’s final and most ridiculous set of new demands in January 2013. These included demands which were so silly, that even the Board backed down from them after a partial list was published in the Observer. Demands such as, a study on the effect that this project might have on the he Portland squirrel population and written plans showing the exact locations of ferns on the property. Really? Perhaps there is a reason that your lawyer won’t tell applicants what the Board will require of them. Perhaps he can’t even say it with a straight face. The following is a list of all the materials we submitted in order to be granted a “conditional special use permit”: —Site Plan review Application —Building permit Application —Special Use Application —Stamped Architect’s Plans —A second set of stamped architect’s plans showing the exact location of the smoke/CO detector although this is not typically required —Agricultural District Form —SEQR - short form —SEQR - long form —A second long form SEQR, as we were told we provided too much information on the first one —Certified Survey of the entire property —All required fees —Legal Information regarding surrounding properties —Aerial photograph of the property and surrounding parcels —Tax map of the property and surrounding parcels —Topographical map of the property and surrounding parcels —Proposed development map shows the proposed locations of the cabins and trails —Materials and Dimensions of Structures —Proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance —Proof of Liability Insurance —Proof of New York State Disability Insurance —Letter requesting the waiver of non-applicable items as directed by the Code Enforcement Officer —Twenty letters of support from surrounding landowners, the County Planning Board and Senator Young —Information on composting toilets —An email from the DEC stating that no storm water permit is required for this project —A technical service bulletin which states that there is no requirement for a fire prevention system under the current law —A second topographical map showing all roads and trails —Photographs taken every 20 feet labeled with their corresponding locations on the second topographical map Following Rominger’s repeated statement that such materials have been required in “all” of the Special Use Permit Applications she has been involved with, Speelberg Enterprises Inc., filed a FOIL request for all the of Special Use Permit Applications since 2007 when Signe Rominger became the Code Enforcement Officer. These applications contained only the following materials: 1. Palmer Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —County Referral Form 2. Luce Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use (single page) —Site Plan Review Application —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —Tax map —Electrical Service Form —Proof of Liability Insurance —County Referral Form 3. Harris Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Site Plan Review Application —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —County Referral Form 4. SUNY Wind Power Project #1 —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Unstamped pencil sketches of the towers —SEQR Form prepared by the Town Code Enforcement Officer —Electrical Service Form —Aerial Photograph of the property —County Referral Form 5. SUNY Wind Power Project #2 —Building Permit —Unstamped pencil sketches of the towers —SEQR Form prepared by the Town Code Enforcement Officer —Electrical Service Form —Aerial Photograph of the property —County Referral Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties 6. Lake Erie Baptist Project —Building Permit —Unstamped pencil sketches of the towers —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —Aerial Photograph of the property —Tax map —Proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance —Proof of New York State Disability Insurance —County Referral Form 7. Cornell University Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Unstamped sketch of the project —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —List of materials and dimensions of project —Letter requesting waiver of non-applicable items —County Referral Form —Electrical Service Form —SEQR Form prepared by the Town Code Enforcement Officer 8. Jordan Winery Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —Proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance —Proof of Liability Insurance —Proof of New York State Disability Insurance —County Referral Form —Unsigned SEQR Form —Electrical Service Form 9. Fire Department Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —Proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance —Proof of Liability Insurance —County Referral Form —Pencil sketches of the project drawn without the benefit of a ruler 10. Weber Project —Building Permit —Application Form for Special Use —Agricultural District Form —Legal information regarding surrounding properties —County Referral Form The Board’s meetings were conducted in an equally ridiculous fashion. While members of the Board and their minions, Loveland and Rominger, often came off as aggressive and belligerent, the “public comments” were allowed to degenerate into a kangaroo court. We were accused of total fabrications such as magically turning a neighbor’s well water black, before the project even started. We heard the owner of an unlicensed daycare facility rant about how she believed that her children would somehow be shot by our campers. When we assured her that the campers would not be allowed to hunt on the property, we were attacked by a man who opposed the project on the basis that he wouldn’t be allowed to hunt there. One man maintained that the operation of the four f amily cabins would most certainly result in an unacceptable rise in crime and the invasion of his home. The Planning Board itself also got into the act at a meeting that I requested to dispel several rumors about the project turned into a lynching. Many ridiculous comments were made in attacking a project. My favorite was when, despite the fact that there are trails suitable for emergency vehicle use, the comment was made that the project was inherently dangerous because the Town’s firemen were too old to participate in an emergency rescue on the property , if required. My first thought was that such a comment was a slap in the face to these individuals. Then the ridiculous but potentially dangerous nature of the statement struck me as the majority of the Town is similar terrain. That statement, coincidentally, was not recorded in the official minutes of the meeting. At the beginning of this project, I had hoped to open another business in Portland which had been closed for several years, as I have done with two other locations in the City of Dunkirk. After my experience with this project, I scrapped the idea. Clearly development and consequently the taxpayers of Portland are suffering due to the favoritism and gross incompetence of their appointed officials. Documentation can be viewed at the law offices of Daniel C. Gard.

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MOON CHILD:

Consider contemplation and consideration through the ninth- for possible action during the last nine days of this month. Double check any ego thoughts prior to sharing them with others via any form of communication through the thirteenth. Emotions may run high through the eleventh; consider keeping the temper in check; kindness may act as a shield. The home front or places which allow you to feel “home” may be your best possibilities for attendance choices on the twelfth and thirteenth.

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LEO: You may find your temper steaming or boiling over from the seventh through the ninth. Communication and transportation may be “out of hand” through the thirteenth. Consider only sharing communications which need sharing after reviewing your thoughts and possible shares. Intuition comes to the home front on the ninth through the eleventh; consider what the heart and spirit is saying for possible action during the last week of this month. Home is highlighted on the thirteenth.

Dinosaur remains have been found on every continent on Earth, including Antarctica.

LIBRA: A new romantic love possibility (ies) may be revealed to you from the seventh through

The term “dinosaur” was coined in 1842 and roughly means “terrible lizard” by English paleontologist Richard Owen. The Chinese word for dinosaur is “konglong” which means “terrible dragon”.

VIRGO: You may feel a strong need to nurture others on the seventh through the ninth; consider doing this with children; grandchildren; parents; or grandparents. Consider sharing romance with the one who fills those shoes within your life on the ninth through the eleventh. Kindness is indicated with all others and yourself from the seventh through the thirteenth. Novice thoughts on the eighth may blossom on or around the twenty-second. Consider opinions of others without immediate response.

the ninth; consider taking any possible action with this from the twenty-first through the thirtyfirst. The ninth through the eleventh may have you feeling “closed in upon;” consider this time for meditation and retrospection for future expansion within all life’s sectors. Consider making time on the twelfth and thirteenth in order to bring balance to the home front; this may be emotional or physically environmental.

SCORPIO: Valid romance may find you on the seventh through the ninth; this may be with a current partner or with a new romantic possibility which you may have been contemplating for outward realization during the past three months. The tenth and eleventh may find you losing control of your emotions and/or temper; self responsibility is indicated. Spending gentle moments with those within your inner circles is indicated for the twelfth through the thirteenth; allow love to be received. SAGITTARIUS: Kindness from others may be misconstrued by you as self seeking tactics on

the seventh through the ninth; consider not outwardly sharing critical communications of any form with others who may be a valid alliance. This may be reflected back to you around the twenty-second. The tenth and eleventh may strengthen your intuitive thoughts regarding self. Consider spending time within your home front with those whom you love- including a romantic partner- on the twelfth and the thirteenth.

CAPRICORN: Transits indicate retrospection and meditation on the seventh through the ninth;

this may include thoughts which may be opposite of those which are routinely considered. Creating goal lists for these new thoughts are indicated in order to take action with them after the twentieth. Rigid thinking is possible on the ninth through the eleventh; self responsibility is indicated to insure flexibility. Earthiness may prevail on the twelfth and thirteenth; consider allowing this to reveal possibilities for future action.

AQUARIUS: You may find your actively involved with groups which are involved with nurturing

others- within all of life’s specie possibilities on the seventh through the ninth; this may include volunteering. The ninth through the eleventh may reveal new possibilities for future gain and/or inclusion to take place from the twenty second through the thirty-first. Energies on the twelfth and thirteenth indicate utilizing gentleness and inclusion with those you closely encounter during both days.

PISCES: Romantic partners; family members ( biological or chosen ); and close friends are highlighted within your life on the seventh through the ninth; consider jotting down all new ideas and thoughts for future action. Emotions may be high on the ninth through the eleventh; consider not allowing tempers to become “out of hand.” Gentleness and self responsibility are indicated. Children; parents; and/or authoritative figures are highlighted on the twelfth and thirteenth; consider mutual congenial conversations. ARIES:

The seventh through the ninth allows your intuition to be high lighted; these same energies may created surges of heightened emotional surges; consider placing keen awareness upon this in order to insure desirable outcomes. Energies from current transits may strengthen the completion of current projects from the tenth through the eleventh. Consider ways in order to bring the concept of home to your “hearth;” places you frequent which have the tendency to up lift you; and new possibilities.

TAURUS: Romance may possibly find new beginnings within your life from the seventh through

the ninth, and to come to illuminated fruition on or around the twenty second; a Moon Child may highlighted. Transits on the tenth and eleventh open doors to your inner self; making use of meditation and retrospection may reveal hidden secrets and facts which may open doors on or after the twenty-second. Transits twelfth and thirteenth create energies which may allow you to rise above misconstrued communications.

GEMINI: Consider your inner thoughts and intuitive ideas for possible solutions on the seventh

through the ninth. The second half of the ninth through the eleventh may have you feeling “suffocated” via those who are in ( or think they are in ) an authoritative position; consider keeping in mind Mercury remains in Retrograde through the thirteenth. Transits on the twelfth and the thirteenth create energies which may allow you to rise above negative thinking and communications from others.

Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for consultation via: www.psychicdennismorley.com or dennis@psychicdennismorley.com or call 716-595-2836 For Entertainment Purposes Only It does not matter where love goes; As long as love flows... This is Creativity Unlimited! VISIT ME AT: www.psychicdennismorley.com Love in Action...Dennis!

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Quick Summery Veggie Tart Refrigerated ready-tounroll piecrust is the shortcut secret to this savory tart. Slathered with basil cream cheese, it’s filled with squash, peppers and zucchini. 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon extra- virgin olive oil 1 clove garlic, crushed with press 1 small red onion, finely chopped 1 large red pepper, finely chopped Salt and Pepper 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, finely chopped, plus addi- tional for garnish 1 small (4 ounce) zucchini, trimmed 1 small (4 ounce) yellow squash, trimmed 1 (9-inch) refrigerated piecrust, ready- to-unroll 1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. 2. In 12-inch skillet, heat 1 tablespoon oil on medium-high. Add garlic and cook 30 seconds, stirring. Add onion, red pepper and 1/8 teaspoon each salt and freshly ground black pep-

per. Cook 4 minutes or until softened and browned, stirring frequently. Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature. Mixture can be refrigerated, covered, up to overnight. 3. While mixture cools, combine cream cheese, basil and 1/8 teaspoon each salt and pepper; stir until well-mixed. With vegetable peeler, peel zucchini and squash lengthwise into thin ribbons. 4. Lay piecrust flat on jelly-roll pan. Spread cream cheese mixture in even layer, leaving 1-inch border. Spread onion-pepper mixture over cream cheese; decoratively arrange zucchini and squash ribbons on top. Fold border of dough over vegetable mixture. Brush remaining teaspoon oil over zucchini and squash. 5. Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until browned. Serve tart warm or at room temperature. Makes 4 main dish servings. TIP: Make zucchini and squash ribbons using a vegetable peeler: • Each serving: About 395 calories, 29g total fat (12g saturated), 37mg cholesterol, 520mg sodium, 34g total carbs, 2g dietary fiber, 5g protein.

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Kudos to Senator Cathy Young for bringing the NRG repowering proposal right to the people who would be impacted the most. Because of her efforts, the state Public Service Commission has scheduled a public hearing on the issue at SUNY Fredonia on July 15th. This hearing will give concerned Western New Yorkers a chance to have their voices heard in the process. We strongly encourage all local businesses, employees, and stakeholders to attend and to speak on behalf of the NRG proposal. NRG has proposed a $700-million investment to convert its aging coal-fired plant in Dunkirk into a natural gas powered facility. The move would improve the environment, preserve and create jobs, and continue to provide electric power generation that is needed throughout New York State and the country. At the same time, it will help to preserve the tax base in the City of Dunkirk and all of Chautauqua County. National Grid has offered an alternative plan which would shut down the NRG plant and install upgraded transmission lines instead, although it is unclear where the replacement power would be generated. Senator Young has been leading the fight to save the NRG plant and is chairing the Power Up WNY coalition supporting efficient, long-term energy projects in Western New York. She requested the hearing specifically so that local residents would have a chance to speak, after Senator Young and Assemblyman Andrew Goodell fought for recent legislation that requires the PSC to consider the economic impact on a community when decisions are being made to shut down power plants. Senator Young said, “The future of the NRG power plant holds profound consequences for our people and community. It is the largest taxpayer in Chautauqua County, and the school and city receive an enormous share of their budgets from the NRG PILOT payment. If the plant closes, we lose our tax base, jobs, and our ability to generate Western New York power. The potential for massive property tax increases and devastating school, city and county layoffs is very real.” The public hearing will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Williams Center on the SUNY Fredonia campus on Monday, July 15. Presentations by National Grid and NRG, with a question and answer period, will be held from 6-7pm. Public testimony will follow, beginning at 7pm, with an administrative law judge presiding. Your participation is crucial. We strongly encourage supporters of the NRG repowering proposal to make their voices heard. In addition, we continue to encourage local residents to provide written comments for the PSC. A link to their comment page for this case is provided on the Chamber’s website at www.chautauquachamber.org. The PSC’s public comment period closes July 26th and the agency is expected to make a final decision on the project in August or September.

Once again this year the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce will provide its members with a special preview evening and networking event at the Chautauqua County Fair. This special Chamber event is scheduled for Thursday, July 18 from 5:00-6:30pm. You can enjoy fair food, stroll along the midway, and have a great evening with other Chamber members and friends! This event is sponsored by DFT Communications, Fredonia Place, GPI Greenman-Pederson, Jamestown Jammers Baseball, Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York, Nestle Purina PetCare, OBSERVER, and The PostJournal. The cost is just $10 for pre-registered guests, or $12 for walk-ins. You can register online at www.chautauquachamber.org, or call the Chamber at 484-1101 or 366-6200.

The 2013 Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Tournament will be held Thursday, August 15 at Peek’n Peak. This year’s event offers golfers a chance to play on the Peek’s Upper Course – a championship caliber course which offers optimum playing conditions in a spectacular setting. In addition, each team can choose whether they want to play a scramble or a two best ball format this year. The Chamber Golf Tournament is being sponsored this year by DFT Communications, Community Bank NA, Cummins, Inc., Fredonia Place, GHD Consulting Engineers, Greater Woodlawn FCU, Lake Shore Savings Bank, Lawley-Tradition LLC, National Fuel Gas, Ed Shults Chevrolet, Inc., the OBSERVER, and The Post-Journal. For more information or to register, visit the Chamber website at www.chautauquachamber.org, or call 484-1101 or 366-6200.

The Mayville-Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce will once again hold its popular series of Concerts in the Park this summer. Beginning July 11 with a concert by Chautauqua County native Jackson Rohm, the series will continue Thursday evenings through August 29th. All concerts in the series this year will be held at Lakeside Park from 6:308:30. They will be outdoors, so bring your own seating. In case of rain they will be moved to the Carlson Community Center. These free events are sponsored by the Village of Mayville and the Town of Chautauqua.

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68,000 Miles, PW, PL & More

13,995 or $ 189

$

per mo.

2005 Jeep Gr. Cherokee Limited Leather, Hemi & More, 51,000 Miles

$

12,964

Leather & More, 93,000 Miles

11,900

2008 Jeep Wrangler

38,000 Miles, Automatic

2010 Chrysler Sebring 40,000 Miles, Nice Car

11,995 $ 169 $

Leather, 20K & More

29,995

$

2012 Chrysler 300 AWD

2005 Chevy Trailblazer LT Leather, 60K & More

1,000 Miles, Navigation, Heated/Cooled Seats

SAVE

9,000

$

2012 Chrysler 200’s 3 To Choose From

2005 Dodge Dakota Ext. Cab, 4x4, Low Mileage, Automatic, A/C, Black

$

2010 Ford Edge AWD SE

2011 Jeep Gr. Cherokee

per mo.

29K Miles, All The Gear, White

20,969

$

Automatic, Hemi & More

13,400 or $ 199

$

per mo.

2009 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring $ or $

8,900 126

per mo.

11,495

4x4, Laredo, Power Seat, Very Clean, Silver

23,964

$

6,000 Miles, Power Windows & Locks, 7 Pass.

12,964 or $ 179

$

per mo.

2008 Jeep Compass 28,000 Miles, Automatic

12,646 $ 189 $

10,524

15,600 or $ 219

$

7,300

$

2013 Dodge Durango Crew 2008 Hyundai Entourage Van

per mo.

$

Hard Top, Automatic & More, 42,000 Miles

19,995

12,600

$

$

71,000 Miles, Arizona Born

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$

2005 Ford Sport Trak 4x4

2004 Dodge Durango

per mo.

2006 Dodge Durango 4x4 3rd Seat, Clean, 67k Miles, Burgundy

9,947 $ 179 $

per mo.

2007 Jeep Compass 4x4 Power Windows, Power Locks, Nice Vehicle

9,995 or $ 145

$

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