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Heartbroken: Neigbors Comment on Closing of Shaw EcoVillage and Chain Reaction
By Neighbors
Apr 25, 2007, 18:23

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"I'm heartbroken by this news. Shaw Ecovillage was such a great organization."

"I wasn't really familiar with the initiative but it would seem like the kind of thing that our city needs. Hopefully your example remains to inspire others to follow. I've been into many non-profit grassroots efforts and I know how tough it is. Lasting 9 years is quite impressive."

"What a pity! Our neighborhoods need more initiatives like this one. It is very sad to see the project go. What happened? You'll be missed." -- Mary

"Amen to Mary's comment. You guys were amazing, I feel like I took you for granted. What went wrong?"

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