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The Orchards @ Anderson Heights 2012 Survey – Now Closed!

Thank you to all who have responded to the 1st ever, Orchards Survey.  Stay tuned for the results and discussion threads in the next couple of days.

Those of you who filled out the survey are entered to win a $20 gift card – the drawing will be at the Annual Meeting.

There is a lot of good information and input in the results… which will be shared with everyone. The only exception is that some respondents did not consent to publicizing their comments verbatim.

Please comment here if you have any questions or comments!

Regards,

Chris
President – Orchards, Board of Directors

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