Those of us who have lived in this neighborhood for many years, have never been selective, in an attempt to exclude any person or family, from moving in and becoming a viable part of the community. However, it would appear that the West Adams Heritage Assn., has moved in among us with contrary plans of its own.
Our primary objection to these plans are that we feel that any policies, internal or external, that tend to alter the face or the internal structure of our community, should be aired for consideration and discussion by any and all parties and residents concerned.
Unless this attitude is adopted, the West Adams Heritage Assn. should not expect the cooperation and acceptance of the other residents who are not members of their foundation.
JAMES L. PRATT SR.