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Leopard: Resident offers other side of flag letter

Posted 2/4/21

In regards to the letter (“Resident upset with inverted U.S. Flag,” Sun City West Independent, Jan. 27, 2021), this was written about my neighbor.

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Leopard: Resident offers other side of flag letter

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In regards to the letter (“Resident upset with inverted U.S. Flag,” Sun City West Independent, Jan. 27, 2021), this was written about my neighbor.

I know the conversation (short as it was) that took place and what is written by Ms. Arnot are opinions, not factual, and are not accurate.

The flag was put up in the distress mode in middle December. Ms. Arnot, who was driving a car with a Caldwell Banker Realty sign on it, was met at the door by my neighbor who explained the position of the flag. It was taken down and a new flag was erected Jan. 20, not Jan. 21.

We have a great neighborhood and support each other even with differing opinions. Inflammatory and hateful letters have no place in Sun City West.

Patricia Leopard

Sun City West

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