Tuesday, November 13, 2012


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  1. If you are to move forward we need to make sure our ducks are all in a row. Brookhaven could find itself in a real mess if they elect a Mayor and City Council that were against forming the city.

    Before the next meeting we need to put together a leadership committe of level headed folks. Not some of our neighborhood crazy folks that tend to ruin PTA and Pool Boards and Neighborhood Associations.

  2. I agree that we certainly need to proceed carefully and prudently. Would you be interested in participating in such a group?