Re: Draft 3 -- EAC Letter

From: Arthur Keller <arthur_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 12:21:53 CDT

I've requested the change several times. Not only is it more
accurate to refer to it as the County Government Building or Center,
I think it sounds better to refer to it as the "Government" building
and not the Court house. What does being shown in the Court say
about us, as contrasted with being shown in a Government building?

Even if there are some courts there, we weren't in anything related
to a court presentation.

So saying County Court House is *confusing* at best and *misleading*
at worst. If you want, I'll look up exactly what it says on the
reservation I arranged.

Best regards,

At 8:03 AM -0700 5/13/04, Alan Dechert wrote:
> > Well, I'm probably too late with this comment, but I have a nit to pick
>> with the beginning of this sentence:
>> After seeing our April 1 demo at the County Court House in San
>> Jose California,
>> It wasn't the County Court House; it was the County Government Building.
>We used the more general "county government building" in our press release.
>I've also seen the building at 70 W Hedding called the "Court House." The
>office of the County Counsel is at 70 W Hedding. I also see where it's
>referred to as the "County Government Center."
>Here's a directory that has 70 W. Hedding down as a "court."
>From a brief google, I suppose "County Government Center" is more
>appropriate. But I don't think that "County Court House" is wrong,
>Alan D.

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