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Topic - Aubrey Stokes
"Everyone has their right to say what they want and to be heard," Mr. Stokes said. "However, I would suggest and hope that the Town Council would focus more on the people it's affecting in the community."
"We're happy that the Town Council is taking a step closer to bringing the center into full compliance with the law," said Aubrey Stokes, founder of the anti-illegal-alien group Help Save Herndon, in an interview before the meeting.