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Judge Denies Tombstone Water

David1326 Wrote: May 20, 2012 10:28 PM
Please, come. Plan to find lodging and parking in Bisbee, Sierra Vista, Palaminas Arizona which are all closer to the Huachuca Mountain work site. The whole of the mountain side, once covered with trees and bushes, is now nothing but grass with a few sprouting stumps and bushes. The biosphere they were hoping to preserve is gone, burnt to ashes. This should be the best time ever to get in, do repairs and improvements and back out to let nature recover itself. However, our Washington bureaucrats can't have locals thinking they know better than themselves.
The Lone Fedora Wrote: May 21, 2012 12:01 PM
Unfortunately, I can neither come nor send money and a shovel, due to being unemployed for months, but my thoughts and prayers are with everyone who can help in person or financially.
wherestheproof Wrote: May 21, 2012 10:42 AM
David1326: looking to come from Idaho. Do all three of these areas you list have hotel facilities? Which one would be the closest?
wherestheproof Wrote: May 21, 2012 10:36 AM
David1326: looking to come from Idaho. Would Tucson be the closest place to stay with hotel facilities?

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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