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Welcome back to Cambridge! As you can see from the different from the usual picture above, it is a special update! If you read the last update you would know about all the southern development. The Randall Road Project Construction Comitee has been facing some tough legal charges, petitions, and crazy environmentalists.
Recently the RRPCC has been cutting down trees and developing land into residential and retail space. This has attracted the attention of the many people driving by Randall Road including environmentalists that believe the land should be left alone. The trees are being cleared for development.
Green Groups are trying to stop the project and get the building license taken away. The builders are defending the project. RRPCC Chief of construction stated,"There is no need to stop the development. The outcome of the project will do nothing but good!" The argument has been taken all the way to Ellington State Law Center in Bartlett, which is the highest court in the state.
The session will start shortly.
The plaintiff, head of the Cambridge Green Group, opened with a statement, "People of Cambridge, I am hear today because I feel that the delicate ecosystem of southern West Cambridge should not be disturbed. But the life there is being chopped to the ground and replaced with spreading suburbs." He nods at someone holding a remote control and a clip is projected into the court.
(You may want to turn on your volume)
"Now just imagine," he says, "what would happen if all that was gone." He sits down.
"Mr. Hansen?" the judge says. A man stands up on the defendant side.
"Your honor, I find that video irrelevant and time wasting. Most of the animals shown in the clip are not living anywhere near West Cambridge, and are not, nor will not, be affected by the Randall Road Project..."
"Objection!" yells someone on the plaintiff side.
"Sustained," replies the judge. "Go on Mr. Hansen."
"Thank you, your honor," Hansen, the Chief of Construction says. "Because of Cambridge Green Group, the project has been put to a halt, causing disruptions to the jobs and traffic in the area. If the project were to continue, the jobs, economy, and population of West Cambridge would increase. There is no need to worry about the wildlife. I assure you that the animals in the area will be moved somewhere safe."
"What do you mean the project has been put to a halt?" asks the judge. The guard hands him a file folder with a picture in it.
"The neighborhood shown should have been expanded farther than it is now. We are way behind schedule now," says John Hansen.
"I see," says the judge. "And where will the animals be taken?"
Hansen looks nervously at someone on the defendant side. "To the Fox Island Forest Preserve near Bartlett," he replies.
"Mr. Hansen you may be seated. Do you have anything to say Dr. McGreen?" says the judge.
"Your honor, I would like to ask all members of the jury, all the people of this court, what they think is more important. Increasing residential and retail space to make some money. Or making sure that the wild animals that originally lived in West Cambridge, can live an undisturbed, natural life. Please, "
"Has the jury reached their verdict?" asks the judge.
"We have your honor," says the head juror.
"We have voted in favor of the Randall Road Project."
"Very well," says the judge as he bangs his gavel.
"This is not the end," says Dr. McGreen.