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February 16, 2009

Re "Expansion of museum opposed by neighbors," Feb. 9

Simon Wiesenthal advocated human rights. So why is the Museum of Tolerance violating the rights of its immediate neighbors by pushing forward with an ill-advised expansion? Is it institutional arrogance? Clearly the museum has lost sight of its responsibility to Holocaust survivors and its neighbors.

Los Angeles must protect nearby residents from the effects of the increased traffic, noise and inconvenience to their daily lives. The city must protect all residential zones from overdevelopment and from inappropriate commercial or institutional activities.

Linda Kokelaar

Westchester

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