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December 11, 2010



Susan and I chatted with Laurel at Kinko's a few days ago. We thanked her then and now we are thanking you for committing the time, effort and adrenaline it takes to defend the commons.

Yours is a very significant victory for all of us.


Richard and Susan Reid

Richard, peace back at you. Yes, it's more satisfying to have won in Circuit Court than to have lost. I would have gotten a lot of meaning from this experience either way. But naturally I'm happy for ourselves and the neighborhood that the judge's decision turned out the way it did.

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