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Letter: Sleddding hill cherished by kids

Sherry Klein stands beside a "no trespassing" sign

Sherry Klein stands beside a "no trespassing" sign on the property of the Plandome Country Club near her Port Washington home. (Jan. 9, 2014) Credit: Barry Sloan

The residents of Plandome Manor must really live charmed lives if their only problem is children sledding on Plandome Country Club property ["Taking back the hill," News, Jan. 15].

Is sledding on this property, and the additional parking on public streets, really such an inconvenience? Are these residents really so controlling that they must dash the winter enjoyment of countless children?

Adrienne Bryant, Northport
 

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