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patricia williams. i love on the corner of butchanon and bay street. i'm happy with the recently built apartment put there. i'm opposed. what about the air circulation when all the buildings are pushed together. what's the rental price point? what's the location of the bike and storage? what are the proposed changes to the street? it's a narrow street and parking on both sides is becoming more and more congested with large trucks, delivery trucks, etcetera. are there proposals for a one-way street or be an overcrowded two-way street. the affect on our retail neighbors has not been good during the construction of the last apartment. they lost many customers because people could find to place to park. the air quality of the whole area is of concern. the historical views have been addressed. the garden house is lovely and i'd love to see it turn into housing if that's an issue. >> supervisor: thank you very much. next speaker, please. >> supervisors my name is arnold cohen. please support the peel signed by the condo association against the 3620 bucannon project. and again, as stuart ment
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in an interview with diane sawyer on december 19, patricia also did an interview with katie couric on nbc today. >> william smith was found not guilty but the debate over disclosing names of rate victims is back in the news. new set study said 84% go on reported and others say they would be less likely to report a rape if it meant their mai name would be made public. patricia bowman has gone public and come forward to speak out on the needs of protecting the privacy of people who accuse individuals of rape. good morning to you patricia. >> keeping her face from the public during the trial and immediately, if i remember correctly having her face on television after the trial is over did hurt her credibility somewhat. it made it sound like they were using the bubble as a way of getting the public to presume the guilt of the defendant. i think that's. [inaudible] >> when asked how difficult it's been to get her life back in order, patricia says it's a long, hard road for any victim but especially one who experiences media scrutiny like she has. >> there's been an additional recovery.
: i am fine, thanks. go ahead. caller: i am so hypocritical of these democrats to jump on william par as they do. do they remember? don't, patricia lynch and older saying -- no one ever criticize them and when lynch called it a matter on hillary and they never were going to convict her although she destroyed evidence. i think it is a little barrritical when william is the villain to all the democrats and -- host: let me ask you this, -- why do you think william barr is not the villain? caller: and we should back him, but the other side never will. int: let's go to kim virginia, democrats line. caller: hi, pedro. host: hi. caller: so many things, i am trying to decide which one i want to talk about first. to the gentleman in illinois, i want to remember the president himself claimed exoneration, his people came out and said he was exonerated. let's remember he is using that term as well. i would love for people to take a deep breath, cents -- step back, and common sense of clay talk about what a normal president or citizen would do when in office, someone like sally yates comes to
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