Monday December 9, 2013
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Soon enough, Arizona is going to have lots of water - more than we can deal with. And that's all I am going to say about that for now.
I agree with Pat on this one. Schools are for education, not sports. That said, only a fool thinks they can play football and not sustain injuries - they're part of the game. If you're worried about getting hurt, then don't play the game. And be thankful to God that it's not rugby.
Probably gave themselves the 87 years as a buffer, in case things change. But if not, hey they were right for all of those years. :-)
The Roundup still has to many liberal editorials, but congratulations on your awards.
"We have a perpetual supply of water in Payson now, but the region faces a 90,000 acre-foot shortfall,” said Evans. “We did solve the problem here in Payson, but it was a multi-generational effort and it wasn’t because we won and ‘they’ lost.”
It's because Kenny Evans and a few others are true leaders that Payson is secure with our water..
Funny how Teddy makes my point by being the best Obama shill in Payson.
I hope the weather doesn't keep them from running.
Those who really hate the Tea Party are powerful politicians in leadership from both parties. They don't want change because it usually limits their power. That's why no matter what the people want, we keep going down the same road to destruction.
I agree with Barbara. If other communities want fire protection, they should pay for their own and not expect those communities who have it to dilute their services by covering larger areas and taking in a minimal payment, if one at all! When you live where there are no emergency services, you choose to go without them. It's very sad when there is a fire, no matter where it's at, but if that is a concern, then don't move there and go where it is available.
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