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  • 1.
  • Jim Brown is right. Stop micromanaging and approve the project!
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  • Milan Adrian
    Thu 10th Jun 2010
    at 8:16am
  • 2.
  • It is completely INSANE that a Town Commission dictates to a developer what they (Devoloper) can and cannot do on a PRIVATE piece of land. What's next in "Dysfunction Junction" (aka Longboat) will be the Commissioners dictating what TV channels are acceptable via Comcast or Verizon. This is nothing more that "political baiting" to apease a VERY small group of residents. These Commissioners are obviously in the wrong field and should seek compensatable employment as land use consultants. As for Monica Simpson, she should try out for a baseball team as she appears to very comfortable way out in "Left Field".
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  • William Kary
    Thu 10th Jun 2010
    at 7:53am
  • 3.
  • I'm glad that IPOC, The Commission, and the Loeb Group will be sitting down together to try to work out a compromise. Without such a compromise I foresee years of fruitless litigation which will cost both sides and more importantly US, the taxpayers ,who will pay the legal expenses the Town incurs.
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  • Lee Pokoik
    Thu 10th Jun 2010
    at 7:29am
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