Shutdown Hardly Noticeable in Small US Town, But Residents Worry

The partial shutdown of the U.S. federal government is being unevenly felt across the country. In the rural town of Chestertown, Maryland, it’s barely noticeable. But residents are sill worried.

The municipal repair crew is hard at work, and garbage is collected as usual.

Fortunately this traffic light still works, but so does the meter maid, handing out five-dollar parking tickets.

Is the shutdown felt at all in Chestertown, seat of a county in rural Maryland?

“No. Not here in Kent …

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