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Old 04-07-2017, 10:58 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Keep in mind those responsible for developing the policy and the repeal. It's regressive, just like the rest of this administration's short sighted actions regarding the environment.
No policy developed. Just eliminated 2.0 which was created by President Provincial late 2016 and went back to what has WORKED for decades. Do Gooders can still give input and if they are really unhappy; file a lawsuit.

Regressive? I prefer Reasonable.
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Old 04-07-2017, 11:22 PM   #52 (permalink)
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No policy developed. Just eliminated 2.0 which was created by President Provincial late 2016 and went back to what has WORKED for decades. Do Gooders can still give input and if they are really unhappy; file a lawsuit.

Regressive? I prefer Reasonable.
If the current methodology was reasonable and worked well, 2.0 would not have been needed. It was an attempt to approach public land management in a collaborative way, thus avoiding litigation. I don't see anything good about the repeal.
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If the current methodology was reasonable and worked well, 2.0 would not have been needed. It was an attempt to approach public land management in a collaborative way, thus avoiding litigation. I don't see anything good about the repeal.
Most of what President Provincial did wasn't needed. 2.0 wasn't needed.
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