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Letters to the Editor, March 9 - 12

* As of this writing, almost 1,400 persons have signed petitions opposing any residential development on the hill.

* Back to the Overlook Trail. We co-chaired the task force that established the Overlook Trail. The cost of building the trail was 100 percent covered by donations from the community, including substantial contributions from local service clubs such as Kiwanis and Rotary.

Sweat labor was provided by hundreds of participants, including classmates from the leadership program at the high school, where one of the students adopted the trail as his senior project.

NIMBYs? Perhaps. But thousands of them.

Karen Collins and Maggie Haywood

Overlook Trail taskforce chairs