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November 19, 2012

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b.santos

53 - although you and I have a great deal of agreement in our point of view, I have to take exception here. The bridge connects two villages, two communities. If an incident happens on the bridge, it affects both communities. To put this only on OM is bad form. If you want a new bridge, you need to involve both sides. I have serious reservations that more concrete = less crime, but to say this would only benefit OM makes it a non-starter.

Marshmallow Man

Hrm. Compass Guy, I take exception to your exception. True, in my second reference I do specify Oakland Mills, but I do mention "connecting Oakland Mills and Town Center", "Oakland Mills and the community", "east Columbia- downtown Columbia connector", and "both sides of the bridge".

I feel all pretty clear indications that both sides of the bridge should be concerned, and involved!

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Non so cosa dire. Questo blog è fantastico.

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