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July 28, 2010

Not Another Fare Hike?!

Filed under: Consumer Alert — thesuperwomenblog @ 2:51 pm


Waking up this morning and seeing on the news that MTA wants to raise fares again for 2011 was very disturbing. I am sure that I am not speaking for myself when I say…we can not take anymore fare hikes. Monthly cards (which I am sure the majority of us use) will go up to about $104. This is really making me consider that relocation is something that I really need to move back to the top of  things to achieve list.

I am sure this will be a strain on 2 family households but even more so on the single family households. Many are already cutting back on expenses (needed and not needed). How much more can we trim away. We cut coupons and looks for deals. We re-arrange bills and go without only to have to worry about something else. But as alwasy we are expected to make it work (which many of us will).  But what does this mean for those that have stretched their last dollar?

I am going to continue to keep my eyes and ears open on this one until November of this year when MTA is suppose to make their decision. I hope you do the same!

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MTA Expected To Release Steep Fare Hike Proposals Mostly Affecting Unlimited Monthly Passes – WPIX

via MTA Expected To Release Steep Fare Hike Proposals Mostly Affecting Unlimited Monthly Passes – WPIX.


June 29, 2010

Toysrus Announces Recalls on the Jardine Drop Side Cribs

Filed under: Consumer Alert,Recalls — thesuperwomenblog @ 10:16 pm

Important information for those with new borns and young children. If you have purchased this brand crib please contact Jardine. Information is available through the below link.

Toysrus Inc. – Safety – Recalls – JARDINE DROP SIDE CRIBS

via Toysrus Inc. – Safety – Recalls – JARDINE DROP SIDE CRIBS.

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Kellogg’s Cereal Recall – A Parent Must Read

Filed under: Consumer Alert,Kids Cereal,Parenting,Recalls — thesuperwomenblog @ 6:42 pm

On June 25th Kellogg’s voluntarily recalled due to strange taste and smell. A some of the brands recalled included Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, and Honey Smacks. This recall was voluntary

For more information on this recall check out the consumer alert at link below.


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