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January 03, 2007


great stuff, Brian! You and Laurel are doing the dirty, difficult work here to protect your land and that of your neighbors. Hopefully your case can be used as a model in other jurisdicitions, where planning councils may not be ordinarily inclined to slow down "progress" by considering environmental impact.

I might be willing to consider your arguments if you lived in a downtown rowhouse on 1/30th of an acre. You expect everyone else to live in a shoebox yet you want to live on several acres with nature?

I would hardly consider Spring Lake as natural -- horses? A lake formed by a man-made dam?

Keep up the good deeds. I live on Sunnyside not too far from Squirrel Hill.

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