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July 7, 2016  

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Your Community Walking Paths Damaged
Help Keep This Little Bit of Nature Intact
 
Over the past several years, your officers and board members have tried to foster a more pleasant environment for all of our neighbors. One aspect of that effort has been the creation of natural, wood-chipped walking paths along our undeveloped community rights-of-way, also known as paper streets. These paths have enhanced the lives of many in our neighborhood who enjoy getting some exercise while experiencing what nature has to offer close up.
 
Recently, we were made aware that these light-duty paths had been damaged by people driving motor vehicles such as golf carts, ATVs, and dirt bikes over them. They were not built to withstand that type of abuse. As result, several neighbors and our supplemental security officer are working hard to address this issue.
 
We plan to repair the damage and install signs to let everyone know that no motorized vehicles are permitted on our paths. If there was any doubt in the past, these signs should eliminate any further misunderstandings. In the meantime, please help us all preserve this little bit of nature by discontinuing the use of any motor vehicles. Should you see anyone ignoring this reasonable request, please take a picture and forward it to me for further action.
 
Although you elected us to work for the improvement of our community, it's the responsibility of all of us to help maintain its natural beauty.
 
David J. Delia
President, POA-AOTB
1375 Walnut Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21403-4741
H: 410-268-8622
C: 443-534-7229
Esse erit diduxit rota!