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Old 10-20-2011, 01:55 AM   #1
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Letter to The Manhattan Beach City Attorney, City Council and City Manager, 10-7-2011

My wife and I came down on Sunday and greatly enjoyed the Hometown Fair. Thank you for respecting the rights of citizens and not allowing hysterics to rule. We had a great time and no one got upset. Your police officers treated us the same as everybody else, they just walked, smiled, said hello.
The only problem encountered was on the dance floor, found out it is more difficult to do a pass-around swing move when one has a holster on oneís hip!

After the fair I took my wife to dinner at Mama Dís Restaurant. We def. will be coming to Manhattan Beach more frequently!

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