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Mon, May 30, 2005, 5:47 pm  //  Site Management

The folks trying to buy the 100-acre Fairhaven Highlands proposed development and turn it into a city park now have their own website - One Hundred Acre Wood.

New - local website that addresses the issue of voting machines and fair election counts.
No Leaky Buckets - posted by Marian Beddill of Bellingham

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New web sites

The folks trying to buy the 100-acre Fairhaven Highlands proposed development and turn it into a city park now have their own website - One Hundred Acre Wood.


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