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We've come to that time of the year when our server lease and domain name registrations are coming up for renewal. In the past, many of you have expressed your generosity in the form of donations in order to keep the site running - I'm asking for your support again this year.

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 Post subject: Re: $$ saving tips for CCDW...
PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2014 12:46 am 
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Same topic but I changed the title so that it might garner more attention to the intended purposes of my post.

Also just another FYI: I went to the TD Bank across the parking lot where I work to have my CCDW applications notarized. They don't charge any fee for the service! Yay! Another freebie!

I filled out 2 applications exactly the same and had both notarized to turn in to the prothonotary. I wasn't sure if a xeroxed copy of a notarized form was acceptable or not.

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Artisans offers same free service for customers.


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Artisans offers same free service for customers.



I asked the C/S guy if there was a fee and he said no. He never asked if I was a customer or not. I haven't banked with them since they switched over from Commerce.

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if you are a AAA member, you can get passport photos for free or discounted depending on your level of membership.


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Farmer's Market does photo's too. 10 bucks same day service...

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On the latest renewal application (version March 2015) there is no longer a mention of a size requirement for the photos, just "... two (2) color passport-style photographs...."

So during in the last ten months or so, what size are people submitting? Regular 2" square, or the smaller 1-1/2" square?

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