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Re: Tom Holtz's suggestion
I must say that I am very overwhelmed and flattered by the responces that
many of you have shown regarding this site. I am forever grateful to all of
you! And I agree, with Tom Holtz, perhpas hard copy is better and I too will
be putting pen to paper over the weekend. For those who have already drafted
aand sent or will send, an email, just convert same to hard copy and send it
However there is one fine point to emailing that I am a bit hesitant to point
out so as to not draw attention to him/her. Let's just say, I know someone
who is very close to me, who also happens to work _IN_ the Governor's Office.
This person has absolutely NO influence or way to influence the situation
(and I would not expect him/her to anyway) but the person has been alerted to
expect a "flood" of emails. I have assurances that all emails to the Governor
and his minions WILL be directed accordingly. My original email to the Gov.
et al., was directed properly and I was even given a routing number and an
expected time of reply. That's the most political influence I have to bear on
the target! So emailing, while potentially less effective than snail mail,
may be _slightly_ more efficacious than "normal". And it is still
I'll take it any way I can! ;-)
Thanks again to averyone. I cannot possibly keep up with personal off line
thank you notes so I thank you all, the DML/SVP community!
Thomas R. Lipka
2733 Kildaire Drive
Baltimore, Md. 21234 USA