Redding to Anderson: “We should move in together.”

Citing several decades of living near each other, Redding has called on Anderson to finally make it official. “We’re practically living together already. People who live in Anderson work in Redding, and people who work in Anderson often live in Redding as well.”

The open letter published earlier today questioned the boundaries which have become blurred over the years. “Drive north to Winriver and you’re still in Anderson. Drive south to the river on Airport Road and, you guessed it: still in Redding. It’s as though no one can tell where one of us stops and the other begins.”

Not surprisingly Anderson has been reluctant to move in together fearful it may lose its identity. “I mean it happened to Enterprise,” Anderson responded later today. “It can happen to anyone.”