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** New traffic regulations in the Willows affecting our neighborhood, esp. along Woodside

From: Uschi Joshua <ujoshua_at_(domain_name_was_removed)>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2010 10:33:05 -0800

Dear Mr. Taylor,

since you have not returned my phone call I am writing this email to express my frustration about both the process and proposal of option 4, the new traffic regulation for the Willows presented at the meeting on Nov. 17 at the German-American International School.

I'd like to summarize the concerns and complaints raised during the meeting in addition to voicing my own complaints:

In frustration,
The Joshuas, residents of 102 Pope Street/Woodland, living at the "busiest" junction, quite happily the way it is. So, we opt for NO CHANGES.

[cid:image001.jpg_at_01CB8BC8.8338D110]Uschi Joshua, MBA

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