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Friday, February 27, 2015
Five Towns Letters to the Editor
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In addition, the neighborhood directly behind the Number Six School was devastated by Hurricane Sandy and needs environmental infrastructure upgrades, which would also help mitigate flooding to the school. The new referendum is March 31, and Lawrence district officials have promised meetings to address concerned residents. I look forward to voicing my concerns in person.

Michael Turi

Woodmere

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paktype

Mr. Turi is completely correct in his assertions and requests. I voted against the medical facility because it would have meant the loss of the ballfields and playground to a parking lot. I certainly hope that HALB, should they be permitted to buy the building, will not only continue to allow the public's use of these green spaces, but that they will upgrade them as well.

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