Thanks for Keeping Our Children Safe

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This is a long overdue thank you to Mr. David Guzman and his landscape crew. They have done an outstanding job up in the Highland Estates cutting back weeds and trees along the street and maintaining the especially with all the rain we have received. It is a hard, hot job yet they are always polite. It is really been nice since we have so many children in the area and snakes that like to show up in the least expected places.

  Thank you so much for making it safer and cleaner here. It is really appreciated.

  Sincerely,

/s/ Natalie Bakke

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