Wednesday April 1, 2015
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I merely asked you where you found out the 70% was incorrect. That is all I asked, so I do not understand your anger at all. Good grief!
The extra $$ from Google to the Roundup helps keep this website free for us to use, too.
At one time or another ALL of the Payson area was "pristine land." How does one draw a line?
Pat, Where did you find the information that the 70% figure was incorrect? Thank you.
Congrats, Bobby. Am sure you know what you're up against having lived and worked in Payson for so long. Best wishes for success - for you and Payson!
I don't believe Robbin meant you personally, Pat. I could be wrong, but sounds like she means the "good ol' boys" thing that goes on in these parts...
Did any of you read the study?! Might answer some of your questions.
What is helpful for one person may not be for another. If this helps one child climb out of the pit of low self esteem and self-loathing it is worth it.
Mike/Maureen - I don't live in Pine, but totally agree that a Dollar General doesn't belong there.
Pat - Pine is STILL a quaint little town...
If I recall correctly, and this ol' brain may not, the developer of Bison Ranch was involved in development in Payson, but got caught up in the downturn. The condos by Town Hall were his, I think???
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