Chris, I read it as a guideline, and not a rule. That appears to be the stance taken by the Administrators. Obviously, if a segment of the Broadland community wants to limit open dialog, and officially adopt a policy of isolationism, they have that option. I believe by having me and others, continue to be part of this forum, most Broadland residents are not accepting that myopic view of the community. However, if it is your wish to lobby to silence voices like mine, within this forum, push for it. It is your right, and certainly will be a further reflection on the type of community you wish Broadlands to become. My opinion is you and a few others are in a minority on this issue. Most seem to view Broadlands as a viable part of the Ashburn Community and certainly a signficant part of Loudoun County. Your approach is a large reason why your opinion is considered comical, you continue to push views only related to your neighborhood, not the bigger picture. You are a classic example of a NIMBY advocate. You should take guidance, and advice from most of your neighbors, they seem to have a more open view on the overall situation.