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  • In a three-page letter hand-delivered to the natural resources committee on Tuesday, retired Brig. Gen. Carl Reddel, executive director of the memorial commission, said the proposal not only "severely hampers, and in fact, drastically undercuts" the commission, it also would be "wasting the money already spent on the current design."

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  • "To advocate for the removal of the current Commissioners is unprecedented and insulting," Gen. Reddel said.

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