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JC Johnson thanks Little League Board for making things right

JC Johnson writes:
I had no intention to cause any embarrassment or judgment to the board or any individual on the board of the Little League. My question was directed to the Parks and Recreation board, I thought they had the new sign put up, maybe I was wrong on that. Once again I apologize to anyone who thought I had the wrong intentions. I just wanted to make things right, and thanks to the Little League board for doing that. --JC Johnson
Comments re article 44851 Joe Johnson Little League Park will remain




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