Part 3: Mt. David ‘The Hill’ in limbo


I might have bitten off more than I can chew in attempting to tell the story of Mt. David in three parts but I am going to try to cover a lot of ground this week, even at the risk of oversimplifying a very complex set of events. Let me apologize in advance if I leave out important details or misstate some of the issues.

As a point of clarification in this week’s column I will be talking about two separate pieces of land. The first was and is held by . . .

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