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Marissa Pereira - I wanted to see why they picked the area they did

Tracy Haldane - I wanted to understand the boundaries and why it took so long to decide

Hubert Haldane - My question was about why it was in such a congested downtown area and exposure for the youth

Tim Van Horn - I disagree because the system we had in place before worked well, and I think more youth will try it

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