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Re: “A baseball diamond drives a wedge between a church and its rural neighbors

The article failed to make clear there is a public ball field within 5 minutes of the church just off Walnut Grove Church Road. In addition, the dirt road the church has demanded to be paved is a dead-end road. The church occupies the end of the road that fronts on Walnut Grove Church Road. The only other users of the dirt road (less than a mile long) are the three residents on the road, who built there because of the rural character. The church members are on the lane only a few hours a week, as opposed to the folks who actually live there. The church's interest, then, in paving this lovely dirt lane is unclear.

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Posted by Lisa Miles on 04/15/2009 at 2:00 PM

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