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It's in the Mail

So Supervisor's Aid says the county sent the letter to our civil engineers ("your representative") even though we were the ones leading the meeting (remember, back in April?!!). A quick call to Civil Engineering Firm 3 confirmed no letter had been received from the County, but that these can take as much as ten days in transit. Alan called the county and asked a copy to be faxed as soon as possible. He left a message with County Official 5 and has not yet received a call. If we were on Mars, we would get faster communication than this.

A recent article (this is a PDF file) in the Washington Post whose subjects are in a similar situation as ours.

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