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A Response to 'Harley Calls for Calm'

I was so happy to read this article and feel confident that we have capable, kind and peaceful leadership on our island, people that want calm and want to work together. I agree with Administrator Harley; we should be allowed to solve our own problems without outside intruders.
I have been on St. John many years and even knew Miss Meada when our store was next door to her property, and she would be outraged and upset by what has happened to Meada's Plaza. It is a disgrace that someone would do this to someone's property. It not only affects Mr. Sells, but all people of St. John.

Deborah Schnell
St. John

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