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At our May board meeting, Nikelle Meade, a partner with the Brown McCarroll law firm, presented information on how deed restrictions can be used as an effective tool for like-minded neighbors to protect their local neighborhood from over development.  WANG will work toward setting up a program to help small groups of neighbors (perhaps a group of neighbors on a one or two street area) enact an agreed set of deed restrictions that would preserve the general “look and feel” of the street, or at least prevent the most offensive development outcomes.

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