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Dixwell Has A Rematch

by Melissa Bailey | May 1, 2009 12:07 pm

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IMG_3031.jpgAfter helping an insurgent topple a City Hall-backed candidate in the year of Obama, community organizer Lisa Hopkins is launching a third race of her own.

Hopkins, who’s 41, filed papers this week announcing her candidacy for alderwoman in Dixwell’s Ward 22. For the third time, she plans to face off in a Democratic primary against her across-the-street neighbor, Alderman Greg Morehead. The primary’s set for Sept. 15.

This time around, both candidates are putting a focus on the young people in their ward.

Ward%2022%20Morehead%20Greg.jpgMorehead (pictured), who’s 31, won a seat on the board in an April 2007 special election, filling a vacancy left by former alderman Drew King. He was reelected to the Ward 22 seat after beating off challengers in a September 2007 primary. The diverse ward comprises the Dixwell neighborhood plus four Yale residential colleges.

Hopkins and Morehead are both seeking the Democratic party nomination this year. The two candidates live on opposite sides of a traffic circle on Frances Hunter Drive. Since they moved onto the new street four years ago, the circle has hopped each year with new organizing efforts and political activity.

After two failed attempts to beat Morehead, who was backed by the city’s Democratic machine, Hopkins ran her first victorious campaign last year. As campaign manager for Gary Holder-Winfield’s state representative campaign, she oversaw a grassroots effort that tapped into enthusiasm for Barack Obama and focused on energizing youth and empowering disenfranchised people in Dixwell and Newhallville.

The campaign flourished with the help of teens like Larry Stovall and Paul Hudson, who got involved with politics for the first time. Those vote-pullers are now moving on to college, but Hopkins said she hopes to harness the momentum of other newly empowered youth in this year’s campaign, too. She said she’s already been getting calls from neighborhood teens interested in getting involved.

“Miss Lisa, when do we start?” they ask.

Both candidates said engaging young people is a top priority for the ward.

Morehead drums for the band DangerZone, often playing high-profile gigs behind rapper Ludacris. He also teaches music at a K-8 school in Bridgeport. Morehead said he’s made a great personal effort to organize positive events for Dixwell kids. He’s brought in speakers like Ludacris and the recently exonerated ex-prisoner James Tillman to talk about “positive choices” in life. He’s put together open mic nights. He organized two bus trips to amusement parks, drumming up neighborhood sponsors to take 50-60 kids out of town for the day. The trip took the kids away from the negativity and divisiveness of the streets, he said.

Some of them had never left New Haven. Others had never eaten a buffet dinner before. He said seeing their sense of discovery, and seeing kids from different neighborhoods get along, put a smile on his face.

“Main focus is to try to engage the youth,” said Morehead in an interview Friday morning, before rushing off to class.

In seeking his second full-term in office, he said he hopes to accomplish one main goal: Restoring the Q House, a defunct community center that was once the heart of the neighborhood. The center must be restored, he said, if not in its current, abandoned building on Dixwell Avenue, then elsewhere in the neighborhood.

Hopkins runs her own business consulting on housing and community development. Her company recently started a program giving scholarships to kids to play Pop Warner football. She chose five to eight kids from the ward per year and paid for their equipment and registration fees. She also ended up driving them to games and filling in as a mentor figure. She also organized a free-style Friday night for kids at the Boys & Girls Club.

As a community organizer, she already serves the role that many aldermen play. Hopkins is active in her homeowner association and has helped set up block watches. Before she started her own business, Hopkins worked in public housing projects across the city, including Church Street South, Elm Haven/ Monterey Place and Quinnipiac Terrace, helping people relocate and doing other resident services. The people she met along the way still frequently call her for help, she said, setting up a block watch or applying for Social Security cards.

An Independent Voice

On the board, Morehead has proved a steadfast loyalist to Mayor DeStefano, Jr. DeStefano’s Democratic political machine supported both of his campaigns, sending resources and veteran vote-pullers into the ward.

Morehead said he’s not a rubber stamp for the mayor. “Contrary to what everybody thinks, mayor has people there telling us what to vote, that’s not true.” He said he looks at all sides of an issue before taking a vote. He said he believed there were two issues last year where he diverged with the mayor, though he didn’t cite specifics.

Recently, Morehead joined a majority of his peers in approving a mid-year subsidy for the Tweed airport.

“I got some flak for that,” Morehead said, but he believed it was the right choice, because the alternative would have been for the airport to close, costing the city much more.

Hopkins declined to say which way she would have voted. She said she’d like to see more information justifying the subsidy, including the number of businesses the airport attracts to New Haven.

She declined to give an example of an issue where she would have voted differently from Morehead. She declined to be pinned down on several issues facing the board. She said only that she is willing to work with all sides, has no allegiances, and would vote for whatever makes sense.

“I’m not anti-administration,” she said, though she got painted that way last election cycle. (Click here to read about her platform at the time.)

If not anti-DeStefano, she is independent from the mayor, and wasn’t afraid to sue him when she and her neighbors felt they were shortchanged on a city-aided construction project.

When homeowners discovered shoddy workmanship in their brand new, subsidized homes on Frances Hunter Drive, Hopkins organized her neighbors to fight City Hall over what she calls broken promises by a city-aided developer who built them. She led a legal battle against the developers and the city in November 2007. The suit’s still pending in New Haven Superior Court.

Hopkins said aldermen, the legislative branch, needs to provide checks and balances to the mayor’s power.

“With everything, there should be checks and balances,” replied Morehead. “But I don’t think it’s going to take place with just one person coming in as the lone ranger. It’s not just me. I need 15 other people who’re going to agree with something I’m going to pass it.”

In the past, Hopkins ended up as an outsider candidate, after she picked a prominent DeStefano critic to run her campaign, and as City Hall troops and Yalies swooped in to aide her competitor. Not having secured Yale support, she said she was denied access to the campus, which kept her from reaching voters. The Yale vote ended up being a significant factor, but not the deciding factor, in sealing Morehead’s victory last election. This year, Hopkins said she has learned her lesson and has already reached out to Yale students to support her campaign.

She’s already started knocking on doors in the ward. She said her message is not to attack Morehead. She refrained from criticizing him.

She identified one difference between the candidates. She said she’d bring “a different approach for empowering people,” with more community meetings and more info-sharing.

For his part, Morehead said he gets “75 to 80” phone calls per day from constituents; sends out a quarterly newsletter to people’s doorsteps, answers emails, and runs a website.

“Everyone thinks on this job, we don’t do much,” he said, “but we do.”

He said he’s looking forward to a third rematch with his neighbor.

“I welcome all challengers,” he said. “I’m not a person who says, dag, why is that person running against me?”

In the end, he said, “I know that my hard work and my work ethic and my genuine love for the community will pay off.”

Read Independent coverage of other contested races:

• Ward 10, East Rock: Lone Green Alderman Faces Challenge
• Ward 24, Edgewood: Challenger Takes On Edgewood Veteran
• Ward 26, Westville: New Blood Enters Political Stream

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posted by: cedarhillresident on May 1, 2009  12:22pm

Lisa’s got my backing!!!!!!

posted by: ward resident on May 1, 2009  1:38pm

Can i make a point..

It was quoted above, In her role in the Dixwell management team, she helped plan for the renovation of Scantlebury Park…...
The last time i checked, the residents, Roxanne Condon, and Yale were the go getter’s for the renovation of the park?  i think lisa started with the dixwell management team not even two years ago, but if i can recall, negotiations, town meetings and such were happening way before she was there.  thats one reason i am not voting for her.  ...  we the residents do not forget foolishness, and she is back again with this same mess. Come on.
i want to know what kids she pays for the pop warner, because she knows my son and has never said anything to him about this. give us a break

[Ed: I took out this statement; you’re right, it was inaccurate. Hopkins did not claim a key role in the planning. Apologies. Melissa]

posted by: City Hall on May 1, 2009  2:12pm

NEW HAVEN—

  Change and Hope are on there way.  Independent Voices are emerging.  Ward 2 - Frank, Ward 22 -  Lisa, Ward 24 - Liz, Ward 26 - Leshantell,.  Hang on a New Havener’s a new Aldermanic slate is coming, the kingdom is crumbling, the suppression is weakening.  The truth and the People are stepping forward.  This election cycle will change
City Hall for years to come.  Each neighborhood, each block can be part of this change.  No more Vote “Yes or else”, No more Vote for the machine. 

A breath of fresh air, finally!

Join the movement of Independent Voices.

posted by: City Hall Watch on May 1, 2009  4:12pm

Michael:
You can’t believe what you’re told. Tweed would not have shut down without shovelfuls of more funding from overtaxed residents. That is a crock. That’s the same type of misinformation that used to be shoveled out when it came to funding the BOE - Remember MBR? Minimum Budget Requirement? That was used to justify relentless increased spending year over year; or this one from Erin, Sergio, Silverman and others: Mayo will cut program we care about if we cut his budget.

Independent thinking comes from the free flow of information - data that most likely will not always come from the Administration or the malletheads who promulgate it.

posted by: anon on May 1, 2009  6:16pm

I agree. We need independent data to drive all of our political campaigns this year.  In their decisions, our city’s homeowners should be able to rely on what is proven to work best, including cutting programs, changing policies and lowering taxes. 

The Mayor’s school reform campaign is a good start to have on the table, but without any specifics backing it up, it is useless.

posted by: Go Greg Go on May 1, 2009  7:40pm

You cannot meet a nicer person or better public servant than Greg Morehead.  If we had 30 of him we would have a great BOA.  You go Greg!!

posted by: Alan Felder on May 1, 2009  11:48pm

Greg Morehead is produced from the polictical machine, and the end product is a puppet that has many strings. He is not the people representative, but the political machine representative to the people.

posted by: 2 faced on May 2, 2009  8:42am

ward resident…

“i think lisa started with the dixwell management team not even two years ago, but if i can recall, negotiations, town meetings and such were happening way before she was there. thats one reason i am not voting for her”.

lisa has a history with the dixwell managment team and it extends beyond the 2 years you speak of…you wouldn’t know it because you are too busy rallying around a mis-quote…[Ed: I took out this statement; you’re right, it was inaccurate. Hopkins did not claim a key role in the planning. Apologies. Melissa]

“we the residents do not forget foolishness, and she is back again with this same mess. Come on”.

if we want to talk about foolery/trickery…lets talk about it:

Summer 2007/campaigning season

Ludacris promised by our alderman…no show
(did finally bring him after 2 long awaited years…guess it took a pre-scheduled concert at the XL center in Hartford to get him here)

Open Mic Nights…2 shows only

Tillman spoke to our youth…after being released and exonerated

Amusement Park…50 to 60 youth/from where? Monterey Place (he really worked that monterey place crowd)

“and she is back again with this same mess. Come on”.

hmmm…who is really back at again with the same mess?

Music Teacher…no degree and certificate but is full fledged teacher in Bridgeport=mucho favors from some where…didn’t know we had the hook up in park city to!

Q-house…haven’t seen him at any of the meetings
(smart move though…everyone knows that this is a hot topic for drumming up votes)

bottom line politics as usual…its 2009 and many of the items listed above happen 2 years ago in our community…I agree with one thing that ward resident said…foolishness must stop, just direct that statement at the right person instead!

posted by: 2 faced on May 2, 2009  2:43pm

go greg go…30 of him on the board?  thats scary especially when he may have the worse attendance record on the BOA!  this is the same alderman who wanted to put a shopping mall in the middle of the new haven green, wanted to bring god to the ward, bashed gays and is cluess about the seperation of church and state and stood firm on bringing prayer into the classrooms and last but, definetly not least: always votes in concert with the mayor’s 16 on every issue which includes raising the taxes…yeah; go greg go you need a hug!

posted by: Ben Ross on May 3, 2009  9:14pm

Terrific banter….keep up the show and tell….
sifting through the facts and opinions of the folks with and ax and a memory is great….Democrazy at work…..informative, entertaining and important.
What are the issues at stake this time around.
    I’d like to see city employees and contractors take the bus (walk or public transportation) to work one day every week ....that would be a great boon to public safety and a much improved ‘Livable City’.

posted by: nancydrew33 on May 3, 2009  9:45pm

Lisa-

The third time is the charm!

posted by: Alan Felder on May 4, 2009  8:06am

2 Faced, Greg should stop performing a minstrel show, he’s a perfect example of a 2 face.

posted by: Alderman Greg Morehead on May 4, 2009  9:11am

2 faced(or my opponent-Cordelia/Lisa or cronie)

Let me start with the first thing….

Summer 2007/campaigning season

*Ludacris promised by our alderman…no show
(did finally bring him after 2 long awaited years…guess it took a pre-scheduled concert at the XL center in Hartford to get him here)

—if you knew the facts, you would know there were other people that were invited guests that didn’t show up also.  It was not just Ludacris on the flier. There were 2 Artists that did show up. (This sounds like my opponent because a worker for them at the time asked me about this same question at a Yale debate)do you remember that?
Ludacris’ performance was already canceled at the XL Center a few days before we spoke because he mentioned that to me.. Please get your facts right. Still, if it was 2,3,or 4 years, the fact is he still came and who else is reaching out to these kids?  I don’t see someone named 2FACED stepping up to the plate..

*Open Mic Nights…2 shows only
—Yes, I did Open Mic nights in July and August, and????
If you knew the facts, you would know that I solicited businesses and sponsors to raise money for both of those events.  I made sure that the food was free for all who attended and that there was enough.  I raised money to pay for the stage, sound equipment etc.  And again, I do not see anywhere someone named 2FACED doing anything for our community!

**Tillman spoke to our youth…after being released and exonerated
—What is your issue with this?  I see you are reaching, now…Who else better to speak to our youth and adults than Mr Tillman.  Did you give me other suggestions?

*Amusement Park…50 to 60 youth/from where? Monterey Place (he really worked that monterey place crowd)
—-This is the one that i like..
First off, all of the youth and adults were from WARD 22.  Ward 22 has a high percentage of Monterey place residents.  Why not include them with the activities?  I sent calendars and newsletters around to ALL residents. It’s up to them whether they are going to attend or not. People cannot say that the communication lines are not open, it’s up to them to take advantage of what they get and read!

*Music Teacher…no degree and certificate but is full fledged teacher in Bridgeport=mucho favors from some where…didn’t know we had the hook up in park city to!
—I do not have any hookups in Bridgeport nor did I know anyone down there.  My EXPERIENCE has gotten me that position.  Are you that concerned about me to see that I do not have a degree?  No, I don’t, but certificate(s), YES! 
Please (opponent), just use your name because I know all of your tactics and how you operate!

**Q-house…haven’t seen him at any of the meetings
(smart move though…everyone knows that this is a hot topic for drumming up votes)
The Q house is a hot topic, and I have been at meetings.  Just because you, (opponent), have not seen me there doesn’t mean there aren’t meetings that take place where you aren’t invited!  (sort of like, Yale meet and greet’s)
I am not at liberty to say the progress with the Q house right now, but it will be something good for our residents!

Here is the rest of 2FACED (my opponent-Cordelia or Lisa) ranting!

**go greg go…30 of him on the board? thats scary especially when he may have the worse attendance record on the BOA!
Please go back to my track record on the board back in 2007, I missed 1 board meeting.  2008, i was out for a period of time because of my foot surgery. 
Please, if you are going to state something, state the facts, not just a statement to make yourself look good..

**this is the same alderman who wanted to put a shopping mall in the middle of the new haven green,
I wasn’t or did not vote in favor of a shopping mall on the green!

**wanted to bring god to the ward,
Please clarify!

**bashed gays
Never did that!

**and is cluess about the seperation of church and state and stood firm on bringing prayer into the classrooms
Like I said before and now, I am passionate about bringing prayer back into the schools.  I will not go back and forth about this topic again. 
**and last but, definetly not least: always votes in concert with the mayor’s 16 on every issue which includes raising the taxes
Everything that I vote on, I can back and say why I voted the way I did. 


So, please (opponents), if you would like to know something, one of you lives across from me, and the other around the corner.  Stop by and we can have a tea party!  Like I said AGAIN, my hard work, work ethic, and genuine love for the community will cause me to crush the competition again just like I did 2 years ago 3X!!!

I am not a person that is on a high horse or I feel that i have a big head, but I just don’t like when people misquote what I have done.  Please state the facts. Like I always say, come to my Ward, let me show you what is on the table and what I have accomplished! To see what I have done and what I have accomplished, click here.

Everything that I do in my Ward is not for me to gloat, but so that others can see the positivity that is coming out of Ward 22.  It has always been negative in the past, why not share about the good to everyone…

O, the headline reads Dixwell has a rematch, but isn’t a rematch -A SECOND contest staged between the same opponents or teams which played a previous contest?  This is the fourth.  so what is this? Let that marinate!

Be Safe,
Alderman Greg Morehead
Ward 22

posted by: cedarhillresident on May 4, 2009  9:43pm

OMG lisa you so got this one!!

posted by: sam w on May 5, 2009  12:14am

Lies only lead to more lies…

**this is the same alderman who wanted to put a shopping mall in the middle of the new haven green,
I wasn’t or did not vote in favor of a shopping mall on the green!


Ward 22 - Dixwell
Lisa Hopkins, Greg Morehead, and Cordelia Thorpe
Thursday, September 06, 2007
By New Haven Advocate Editorial

Greg Morehead
Age: 29
Occupation: Professional drummer; owner of a computer business Adware Doc.

What about the three churches on the Green?
The Catholic Church? Or a shopping mall because we have to go all the way down for Milford for a nice mall

What should be built on the Coliseum site?
I want to see—because I see everything differently, I see everything from a religious standpoint—it would be nice to see a nice church built on the grounds. We have a lot of churches but we don’t have a church in a central location like that.


**bashed gays
Never did that!

Posted by: Alderman Greg Morehead | June 6, 2008 3:10 PM

Just wanted to clarify a couple of things..
When i made the statement about not participating in the gay and lesbian sector of society, I was reffering to parades and other events that go on in the world and you have people that choose to opt out. I was referring to children in schools opting out of the prayer if they were atheists etc. By no means am i a homophobic like some have mentioned. DUH!

Dems Pick Entrepreneur; Race Rages On
by Melissa Bailey | March 8, 2007 10:35 PM

In a brief speech, he called for economic development all over the city, “not just downtown.” His other goals: “Bringing back the respect of God to the neighborhood” and opening up a 24-hour youth center.

**and last but, definetly not least: always votes in concert with the mayor’s 16 on every issue which includes raising the taxes
Everything that I vote on, I can back and say why I voted the way I did.

Primary Puts Plantation Politics To A Vote
by Paul Bass | September 4, 2007 7:55 AM

Morehead: City Hall A Needed Ally

“I don’t mind being called the mayor’s puppet,” Greg Morehead said in a conversation Friday outside the Community Resource Center at Monterey Place. “Because I know the job I’m doing for my constituents.”

Can you spell POLITICAL FRAUD!

posted by: simple on May 5, 2009  12:22am

Morehead…in your obvious anger and sporadic rants you displayed some obvious challenges in counting the times you have ran against Ms. Hopkins…this will be the 3rd time not the 4th…I hope your not in the finance committee…that could be the reason why our budget is in the toilet!

posted by: Alderman Greg Morehead on May 5, 2009  1:53pm

Simple

I ran against my opponents in the SPECIAL election back in April of 07, the PRIMARY and GENERAL elections in 07.  I do believe that is 3 times.  This primary will be the 4th.  Am I right?
Come on!

Sam-
In your posts above you took quotes from the advocate and other places.  First off, I was referring to the coliseum site and expressed my opinion for what should be built there.  I never agreed to a shopping mall or anything on the green.  That is foolish.  The question was directed towards the coliseum site.  Please get your facts straight if you are going to quote me.

O-Lastly, With 2FACED, SIMPLE, and SAM W, are they the same people?  Could they be my opponent(s) not using their real name but hiding behind those names?
The time posted for Sam W was 12:14am and Simple was 12:22am??

Why is it that if you put your mouse over their names, it all leads back to http://www.hushmail.com? Are they different people and it just happens to lead back to that domain?  Is it all a coincidence that those three are using that anonymous domain!!!

Let that sit for a while! 

Be transparent!
I don’t have time for games and I will not post another quote unless those three come forward with their real names in this post!!

Alderman Greg Morehead

posted by: dixwell livin on May 5, 2009  2:49pm

lisa hopkins you had youre chances and did notin but spread your poison and venom at the doors of the voters.

i will be voting morehead this time, sorry sister cordelia but morehead i believe will take dixwell in the right direction.

posted by: Greg Smith on May 5, 2009  3:42pm

This race is going to be interesting. May even run myself.

posted by: CONCERNED on May 5, 2009  3:44pm

Greg this is unfortunate that this has to happen to you. I am sure that you will pull through for 4th time.

PEOPLE! This is a wake up call for everyone! Everything you read is not truth always be skeptical and seek out the facts for yourself. I am glad to see that so many people are getting invovled in the democratic process. I challenge you all be active in your ccommunity and get to know all the candidates consider their views, beliefs, ideas, and most importantly VOTE FOR WHOEVER YOU WANT! Do not be swayed my the media or opposing candidates.

posted by: Alan Felder on May 5, 2009  11:55pm

Alderman Greg MoreHead, are you a Black Leader, or a leading black?

posted by: Edward_H on May 6, 2009  1:22am

Morehead

Are they different people and it just happens to lead back to that domain? Is it all a coincidence that those three are using that anonymous domain!!!

Let that sit for a while!

Be transparent!
I don’t have time for games and I will not post another quote unless those three come forward with their real names in this post!!

Alderman Greg Morehead

from http://www.ward22newhaven.com/news.htm

I encourage you to speak up if you see or hear something that affects someone else in our Ward. You can remain anynomous and email your comments on our website or contact the New Haven Police Department.

Anonymity is OK for your constituents but not your critics?

posted by: Critic on May 6, 2009  10:15am

Alderman Morehead—Please don’t let these negative critics sway you or get you upset. Your comments display alot of emotion and people will write comments just to get you upset and push all your buttons. This is politics you will be misquoted, misunderstood, and misconcieved. You owe it to your constiuents not to be moved by the behavior of the oppossers especially not on the independent. Every comment you make becomes a quote. Pick your battles!

Also don’t let people make you “choose sides” to be either for the Mayor or against him.

Just to respond to Alan Felder—-Who says Morehead has to be a “black leader” or “leader of blacks” why can’t he just be a leader? RACISM at its best or worst for that matter. Our country has come so far, but yet so far to go. Morehead, always consider yourself a Leader, a leader for all mankind, don’t even constrict yourself to being a Leader of those in your Ward. I like to consider our wonderful President our leader not a “black leader”. Would we refer to someone of a lighter skin tone, someone characterized as caucasion a “white leader”? This is a new day America and the acceptance of racism is diminishing!

posted by: Amazing on May 6, 2009  10:40am

Mr. Morehead is hushmail an e-mail domain based upon 3 people?  You are acting like the animal that your ward needs to see.  If you felt as though it was so easy to crush all your opponents as you ated in your first outrageous posting, then why so concerned.  I have the answer to a long asked question.  Myself and others often ask what are you doing for the ward?  I know, your sitting at your home-made computer station typing your little fingers away, while ignoring all calls.  Am I correct?  If bashing is a neccessity of yours then refrain from these comments. Thank You.

posted by: Amazing on May 6, 2009  10:40am

Mr. Morehead is hushmail an e-mail domain based upon 3 people?  ....  Myself and others often ask what are you doing for the ward?  I know, your sitting at your home-made computer station typing your little fingers away, while ignoring all calls.  Am I correct?  If bashing is a neccessity of yours then refrain from these comments. Thank You.

posted by: midnightmarauder on May 6, 2009  3:06pm

Dixwell Livin/on a maddog:20/20 budget,

the only 1 vomiting lies is the very person you are voting 4…leading dixwell in the right direction? More like…delivery dixwell to the bosom of yale…by the time he lets us know whats really going on…we will all be dixwell livin in your backyard…lets call it TENT CITY compliments of Morehead and his faithful jackel!

posted by: thumbsdown on May 6, 2009  3:19pm

Critic…are you james caradine from the T.V. show KUNG FU? Grasshopper stepped into this compliments of his own doing…let him take it like a man! Darn…I forgot he can’t…hostile should be his middle name!  He never takes critism well…but, boy can his camp of BShers dole it out!  When I think of how much he has done for his ward/1 thing comes to mind…STRAIGHT COMEDY, CONCERTS and 1,000 boxes of BAND-Aids for all his pathetic quick fixes…that may come up…Talk about what? Be about nonsense!  This should be his Mantra in 09’...critic you earned a thumbsdown!

posted by: change on September 9, 2009  8:14pm

A change for ward 22 is in the making.

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