Thursday December 12, 2013
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I've seen them close the forest down with lesser conditions. Usually North of the Control Road at the least. Whats the hold up?
Good one Pat! I guess they will have to subcontract the Fire Marshall's job. Hmm I'm thinking it will be alot more then his annual salary.
Why can't the Rim Club and Chaparral golf courses haul water in from green valley lakes. They could have a few lakes of their own if they were designed right. They could be on their own reclamation system with their waste water and keep their golf courses green. They could build holing ponds and haul water in and use it to keep their greens green too. Self contained and GREEN with recycling waste water. Hell they would probably get a check back from Obama for some damn reason.
Great write up Tom. The Obama Administration wants people to feel like their rights to own guns to hunt with will never be violated . My opinion is. The one gun I choose to fight off a tyrannical government will be very capable of taking down game to feed many!.It's not about hunting.
It amazes me how some people are willing to give up their rights and then try to get others to to give theirs up too.
If G&F put it down I will take the meat. Of course thats's if the owners don't want it. That will fill my freezer for a while.
If it's true then she should be prosecuted to the max. BUT I look at the picture at the top of article of the officer and ask myself . Is he showboating a little to much and why. How come her mug shot is not there. They already smeared her name in the paper and it has not even gone to trial yet. I've seen to many cases get turned around because of articles like this and it does not look very professional on behalf of the Payson Police Department . But this is just my opinion. Again if she is found guilty why did it take 11 police reports and 6 CPS reports to get something done. There has to be another fork in the story. Just does not add up.
Great letter Joe! I wish we had people in office that actually visited the forrest. Then we might have chance in hell in doing something about all the restrictions that are being implemented right now.
I think everyone's property taxes will go up when we have an $ ASU $ campus. It just gives them a reason to raise the rates.
Tom, you stated "Payson will gain a great deal of tax revenue from the new campus. And the more revenue that comes in from that source, the less the rest of us have to pay." My question is. Do you really believe this? Will we pay less taxes when the new campus is up and running. If so what taxes will the people currently living in Payson see reduced?
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