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Judge Denies Tombstone Water

Barbaric Bird Wrote: May 20, 2012 10:18 AM
A complimentary action would be to assign these enviro-forest service flunkies to get off their collective fannies and earn their pay by digging dirt, moving boulders, and hauling pipe with their bare hands. (If wheelbarrows are machines, so are shovels.) Then maybe they would rethink their policies.

It is fire season in the West. Reports say the early start is “not a good sign,” and forecasts claim the “combination of heat and dryness will only make western wildfires worse.” The predictions were made in the same week that US District Judge Frank Zapata made a decision to deny an emergency request by the city of Tombstone, AZ, to repair its water system damaged in last year’s Monument Fire. He doesn’t think Tombstone has a crisis. Zapata said: “Claims of a drastic water emergency related to public consumption and fire needs are overstated and...

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