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July 18, 2010

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Colleen Keilbart

I think a City that listens, is capable of reversing a prior decisions for the betterment of the land they are stewards of, one that works for the community at large rather than being friends of a few influential people, is a City I would be proud to be involved with. In the case of the John Nelson Park, anything less makes me sad. I started being a summer resident in 1956 and a full time resident in 1980. I have raised 4 children, 2 of those families live full time on the Island. This is the first time I have written to support an issue and feel so strongly that we need to keep John Nelson Park as it is for the potential it has in it's current state. There is not another place where launching a kayak makes more sense! I thank Roger van Gelder for clarifying the pros and cons.

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