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Re: Goodbye Garden

Sue, surely the landlord has had complaints from someone which has created a 
problem for him.   I am a landlord and would certainly not want to upset a 
quality renter.   He may have reacted to quickly at the time.   I would suggest 
you talk with him and try to workout a solution.
     I would join with the rest of the group and suggest you spend your 
savings on a home rather than a wedding, landlord problem or not.   A small wedding 
is more intimate with much less problems, hassle and money.
     I do hope you can work out something.

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