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Unhappy Annexation 

"Foothills residents need to lock their doors and then run and hide from annexation efforts by the city," says Tracy Williams, who joined with her husband, Daniel, to oppose a development near their westside home.

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Image Archives: Stories: Scott Weisman

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  • Scott Weisman
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  • Deseg Dispute
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  • Scott Weisman
  • Oct 2, 2003
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  • Scott Weisman
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