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LOP man deserves accolades, not threats

Mr. Dennis Kocher, a veteran from Lake of the Pines, should be receiving accolades and awards for his charity work in our community and for our military families. Instead, he is receiving threats from the Lake of the Pines HOA.

Don’t you just feel like you are living in the Twilight Zone?

I find it difficult to believe that anyone would threaten to fine someone who is helping others. Not one neighbor, or resident of Lake of the Pines, has complained.

The military families have been shown that someone really cares about their life’s circumstances (this man even took food to Beale AFB when it was in need).

I want Mr. Dennis Kocher to know that I totally appreciate and support all that he does to assist others. He is a great human being! I will be praying for a good resolution at the Covenant Committee meeting on Aug. 5.

Janet Farahmand

Nevada City

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