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[ An HTML transcript of e-mail sent on 20 August 2017 follows, with recipient’s contact data removed to discourage spam. ]
 


Subject:  Re: From the Office of Senator Toni G. Atkins
From:  Deborah Taylor-Pearce <dtp@she-philosopher.com>
Date:  8/20/2017 11:44 PM
To:  Myrna Zambrano <...>

On 2/15/2017 10:05 PM, Deborah Taylor-Pearce wrote:
>> On 2/14/2017 2:33 PM, [Myrna Zambrano] wrote:
>> Hi Ms. Taylor-Pearce, how can we be helpful
>> at this point?
>
> By fixing the law.

It’s been 6 months since my last e-mail (of 2/15/2017), and I still don’t know: is Senator Atkins going to lead the charge in Sacramento on fixing California’s “Good Neighbor Fence Act of 2013” — thus restoring to Californians our founding rights of property & privacy, as I have documented here

http://she-philosopher.com/studies/California-AB-1404.html#founding-rights

— or not?

If she is not willing to represent me (and all Californians who must contend with neighbors and/or fences) on this pressing matter of state law, I need to know now, so that I can pursue other options.

I would, of course, prefer to have Senator Atkins in my corner (fighting alongside the little guy for truth and justice and the American Way ;-), but I am not giving up on my quest to regain control over my private property by way of legislative reform that will hold up in Small Claims Court — where I intend to pursue my rights again, once the law is fixed — regardless of whether Toni Atkins does her part, or not.

I look forward to hearing a definitive answer from Senator Atkins about fixing California’s “Good Neighbor Fence Act of 2013” — yes? or no?

Thanks for your help with this,
Deborah
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Deborah Taylor-Pearce
dtp@she-philosopher.com