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Santa Teresa High School Activities Ban

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Wednesday, July 16th, 2003 @ 1:00 PM
Subj: STHS Field Use
From: (Ginger Buss)

Do you know what the snowball effect is? I believe that my last email was taken totally out of context. And from there more phone calls have been made in protest. Please understand that I was not trying to infuriate any one or get anyone all riled up. The advice that I received from Millie Brink was very constructive. It was not asking for bombardment of a neighborhood disturbed by the school field use. I felt that by canvassing the neighborhood in a very organized manner was a way to put a stop to the phone calls and letters being written from both sides of this dilemma. If there were a committee who quietly polled the immediate neighbors of Santa Teresa High School, then researching the problem and coming up with solutions would be much more constructive. This is a community that we all live in and must be able to co-exist in. Sincerely, Ginger Buss


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