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In spirit I am with Franchino, a well thought out position on how the Marriott contributes to the community. But inconveniencing the owners without compensating them for their loss is wrong. I once lived in a community with an office building that was surrounded by private housing. No room to grow. They went on a 50 year plan and purchased each house as they became available. This gave them a buffer zone where their business activity effected no one. Also ProfZed had a good interim idea...shuttle the employees...wonder how many spots that would make free. Also it seems to me that while many tennis courts were paved over, there are still some left. I hope they find a way to make this a winner for everyone.
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