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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Kathy Henderson
"Despite our well attended and unanimous vote against this establishment, our then chairman, entered into a voluntary agreement," Ms. Henderson said, adding that residents should always be able to protest if they are unduly affected. "This arbitrary 400-foot rule is not well thought out."
Resident Kathy Henderson noted how former ANC chairman, William Shelton, who was sentenced to jail time for stealing $30,000 in taxpayer funds, went against the wishes of residents when crafting voluntary agreements with a bar in the neighborhood.