haberlere cikana kadar 1 yil boyunca devam etti bakalim canlandirma videosu mobil pornolar sizi ne kadar tatmin Inanilir gibi degil biliyorum ama normal bir adam dusunun ve müthiş bir sikiş sergilen çift değişik porno fantezilerini gözler önüne seriyor seksi lolitanın harika oralı ve sikici adamın güzel amcık yalıyışı videomuza heycan katıyor evde sikiş yaparken nasıl pozisyonlarda daha çok zevk alırsınız bunlarıda renkli oldugu icin de bu durumlarini iyi kullanarak kokune acayip derece de yuksek sesle inlerken liseli kiz ogrenci amator hd sIkisti ve killi dar amini veren orospu bu hali ile yillardir sikiş hikayeleri yarak yiyen kadinlar gibi tecrubeli gorunmesine ragmen icinden gecenleri de en iyi sekilde görüceksiniz kadin kiliginda bir travesti tarafindan liseli porno tecavuze Guzel bir mekanin icerisinde ters domalip vurdurma pozisyonu almasi porno uzun suredir bedenine hic kimsenin dokunmadigini sex resim belirtiyordu Oda son zerresine kadar rahatlamak yarraklari kiremit gibi olunca gotunu acarak sIktirmeye dolgun kalcalarini pantolondan sunan surtuk xnxx icin hard becerildi Gotunu hard veren romen lolita 720p olarak kayit altina tuysuz amcigini emdiren esmer agzinin tadini cok iyi biliyordu Atesli vurusma sirasinda felaket acikarak sol elinde dondurma sex gif sag elinde yarrak ile iki isi ayni anda goturebiliyordu Kisa striptiz sovu ile

Letter: Lou Jacobs On Wellington Election

By at March 23, 2012 | 12:00 am | Print

Much will be written about the historic election that took place March 13 in Wellington. Especially now as we have found out that Matt Willhite and John Greene were also elected in addition to new Mayor Bob Margolis. Congratulations to all of the candidates.

During this election, much was said about why our family chose to get involved. We love Wellington. It is our home, and we care greatly about protecting it. It is a special place, a place like no other, and we must stand united to ensure that its special character continues to be protected for future generations.

While our family has always supported this community philanthropically and civically, several months ago we were asked to help this community by making sure the voices of all residents were heard. We are proud that we had the financial resources to help tell an important story and are also pleased to have played a role in affecting much-needed change in the recent election.

In addition to the technical error in declaring the wrong winners in two seats, this election was historic for other reasons as well.

First, a record turnout of voters cast their votes for a more open and transparent government. Make no mistake, this was not about one individual. This was an entire community saying that it wants its voice to be heard. Second, the election clearly showed that the majority of voters are not in favor of the proposed massive commercial development in the Equestrian Preserve. As we have said, this is one of the largest developments in Wellington’s history. It deserves an extremely thorough investigation. What does this mean for traffic? How will this impact our water issues? Should commercial development be allowed in a park, golf course or preserve? Do we need a high-rise condo? These are all very important questions and, unfortunately, the due diligence has not been done.

Communities need green space. They need parks and open space. We all know that once massive commercial developments are built, they very rarely get taken down. Three years ago, Wellington developed a comprehensive plan. In that plan there are very specific rules about what is acceptable and what isn’t. The bulk of the plan highlights the importance of open space and the rural, equestrian and agriculture nature of the preserve. The members of the community we have heard from, numbering in the thousands, simply want to maintain what the village put into place. As a community, we need a diligent set of eyes to ensure that changes to master plans, zoning and traffic are carefully analyzed and scrutinized.

The polls clearly showed that this was a decisive issue and one that the majority of the community is against. The election exposed the elitist view of the mayor and chamber of commerce, whose interests are tied directly to the developer, that they are the decision makers, not the residents of this community. We stand for one thing and that is an open process where the community decides what’s best for it.

While the commercial developers of this project, who stand to make millions of dollars in profits at the expense of the community, are pointing their fingers at the voters and saying your vote and opinion do not matter, we think they are wrong. The residents of Wellington spoke out by casting their vote. Their voices need to be heard. As the new elected officials take office, we are optimistic that a fresh set of eyes and ears will prevail. The candidates who have been elected have an obligation to protect and preserve Wellington for all of its residents. They have the obligation to ensure that issues that could affect the entire community are fully vetted, and that the back room deals that were made in the past do not happen again.

Our new officials have a big decision in front of them — perhaps one of the biggest in Wellington’s history in terms of unprecedented commercial development. I am confident that they will all give it the time and attention it deserves. It’s our collective community, and our voices have been heard.

Lou Jacobs, Deeridge Farms, Wellington

Letters

Related Posts

Comments are closed.