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Following is the text of Drew Kopf's e-mail to the architect charged by the Plainview-Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce to develop a solution for the land in Plainview, NY. Proposals were solicited at a Chamber Meeting, and Mr. Kopf's proposal was in response to that solicitation.

FROM: Drew Kopf
TO: R. Geoffrey Roesch
DATE: Fri, 21 Jan 2005

RE: Plainview Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce Project

Dear "Geoff" - It was a please to meet and share a few moments at this weeks meeting of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce.

We are not aware of what the intended use of the area around the "Chamber's Sign" is to be. If you are open to ideas, we would like to offer the following for your consideration:

If the entire "triangle" of land is available to the project, the creation of a "Stress Free Zone" or "Stress Reduction Zone" where, at various "stations" within the area, structures or installations of art or mild participatory structures, such as a Labyrinth can be installed so that right in the face of the busy thoroughfare of Old Country Road and just down the street from two institutions that are often places associated with great stress; i.e. the hospital and the fire department, would be a place where anyone can come at almost any time to avail themselves of whatever relaxing and stress reducing benefits can be realized from the Chamber's "Stress Free Zone" or "Stress Reduction Zone".

It would be a light to medium traffic destination venue, which would be in keeping with the very limited availability of parking and yet is close proximity to so many places where people in stressful situations might be able to go for some peace if not for quiet.

We hope these thoughts are helpful and look forward to seeing you at the next Chamber meeting to learn how you choose to address the opportunity. - Drew