John L. Graham sent a message to James L Robo that said:
Mr. Robo, the following is an email that I have also sent to Mr. Eric Silagy. I am not able to attach the original document but can send it later if you are interested. Thank you for your time.
John L. Graham
Mr. Eric Silagy, J. D.
Mr. Silagy, I have communicated with you in the past regarding this issue and you declined any financial responsibility on behalf of FP&L. Will you please read the attached original document and please give a second thought. I understand after the length of time that has passed there is no way me to obtain any legal remedy from FP&L regarding this matter. An agreement was made through Mr. Sam Nix, the property owner, regarding the construction. The construction was delayed approximately 60 days, extending the time I was unable to use the pastures and required to feed additional supplemental feed to my cows and all the aggravation for gates left open or closed and lost calves. I have requested that Clinton Nix seek resolution to this issue in the past through communication with FP&L and he too has been unable to obtain any remedy.
Mr. Silagy, I am not trying to get anything from FP&L other than what is due me and my family. I understand that anybody could make a claim and you probably get many outrageous claims for various reasons. However, this is not frivolous or outrageous, it is very real and accurately described. The payment I am asking to be reimbursed for is reasonable and accurate and based on the truth. The only dollar amounts listed that are subjective are the amounts for gates, totaling $1,500. The remaining dollar amounts are based on actual costs. Mr. Silagy, I only ask that you reconsider your and your Company's position on this issue that has been a financial burden on my family for almost 10 years. I can only ask that you consider the principle of right and wrong regarding this matter since the "legal remedy" process is expired.
I appreciate your time and consideration.
John L. Graham