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November 20, 2017

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Kristine L.

I've enjoyed your writing. Thank you.

And now I'll have to research who was at the Florence Bain Center last December.


Bob Guth

Very sad news for the HoCo blog reading community. Is blogging becoming a thing of the past? Anyway, a tip of the cap to you for your years of service. I've always enjoyed reading your posts (and some of the wars of words they started!)

Lisa Markovitz

It is harder and harder to be purple. I am not looking forward to next year, as the delightful 2016 consensus will be missed as things get partisan again, but we will keep trying to stay focused on issues. I am glad we used that HC peaceful time to get to know each other better Bill. Take care.

Warren

Bill, on this Thanksgiving Day, I am thankful for your blog. I have found it refreshingly opinionated and a much needed voice for Oakland Mills and HoCo. I will savor the last year of its existence.

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