Running in La Reserve: The Scourge of Civility
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#1 Jun 22, 2011
I don't live in La Reserve, however, it is still private property and the residents there pay a fee to live in their community, and they want it to remain protected and secure. This is common throughout the United States, not just in Arizona. We are a nation of laws. We have to respect private property. There are many places to run or bicycle in this beautiful state of Arizona. The writer needs to remember that he must respect the rights of others. I am sure if he lived in a gated community, he would want his complex to be secure to outsiders, some of whom could have criminal intentions, not just recreational pursuits.
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