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It's Time For Commissioners To Help Central Park

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  • wolfe@cas.usf.edu
    Greetings wolfe@cas.usf.edu wants you to know about a story at www.tampatrib.com Message: This issue deserves the attention of applied anthropologists.
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 21, 2004
      Greetings

      wolfe@... wants you to know about a story at www.tampatrib.com

      Message:
      This issue deserves the attention of applied anthropologists. Comments, anyone? --Alvin

      Headline:
      It's Time For Commissioners To Help Central Park

      URL: http://www.tampatrib.com/News/MGAQNY9MATD.html

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    • E.J.
      This editorial is a real good indicator that the Tampa Tribune has an ulterior motive in their coverage of the ongoing Central Park Village situation. I think
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 21, 2004
        This editorial is a real good indicator that the Tampa Tribune has an
        ulterior motive in their coverage of the ongoing Central Park Village
        situation. I think most dispassionate observers would acknowledge that
        Gatewood has more than a passing relationship with the Civitas project.

        The suggestion that four county commissioners are somehow negligent because
        they haven't promoted their own plan for developing Central Park Village is
        beside the point. The commissioners are the voice of the people and their
        primary mission is to approve or disapprove of plans that are proposed to
        them by activist citizens, the city government, and the County
        Administrator. If they aren't comfortable with the suggestions posed by the
        Civitas group or the city, they need to say no, and that seems to be what
        they've done.

        The Central Park Village situation is a real subject for concern for
        residents of the Bay Area.

        EJ

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        Greetings

        wolfe@... wants you to know about a story at www.tampatrib.com

        Message:
        This issue deserves the attention of applied anthropologists. Comments,
        anyone? --Alvin

        Headline:
        It's Time For Commissioners To Help Central Park

        URL: http://www.tampatrib.com/News/MGAQNY9MATD.html

        Why not check out our other great articles at http://www.tampatrib.com

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