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Letter: Biased reporting

The Dec. 8 front-page article in the Aspen Daily News (“HOA dispute has escalated to police, private security, lawsuit”)showing a disagreement between three North of Nell board members and Thomas Daly is a one-sided complete distortion of the truth. North of Nell attorney Bill Short was given false information by the three board members — Jane O’Shaughnessy, Quentin Durward and Hugh Tietjen — for the sole purpose of benefiting themselves at the expense of the apartment and commercial owners in the building. Because of the three mentioned board members’ self-serving interest, our complaint to the claim will be filed in court.

Thomas Daly


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