It was sent on Wednesday, and that was also a deadline that was set in the email. I figured all was good. BUT....this email is not positive and is the big bad thing I had been so down about. I've edited it here for you. To think that receiving an email a couple days delayed could be so so so end all of everything.
I am in receipt of your e-mail response dated Saturday, July 2, 2005. Regrettably this response comes several days past the deadline for my agreeing to stop the legal action for eviction. Further as I explained in my e-mail, I was willing to see explore the possibility of utilizing your professional website development skills on a project, but I am not interested in having you work on a Carlysle website ( she had another in mind )...but I think that it would be best that you focus on the issue at hand and that any discussions of website assistance cease.
Since the deadline was not met, eviction proceedings were not stopped and therefore you will be receiving notice of a court date in the near future. It would be in your best interest and greatly appreciated if you were to go ahead and vacate the premises. ......prosecution through the County Attorney’s Office and civil action for a judgment requesting a lien on your future earnings.
My attorney on this issue is Mr. Lee Garlove of Morris, Garlove, Waterman & Johnson. He can be reached at 589-3200 and is copied on this e-mail. All future correspondence, if any, should be through him.
Jan Helson "
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