I’m getting feedback from our town government; finger-pointing. They may be too distracted by illegal hiring issues than public land at this time. I have been told by the “Thurston Park” people that if loggers get on public land they will drive over stone walls and be out of control. I wish to dispel that as modern myth. If they calm down to get past the hype, the truth is they rejected two resource managers. What the town needs to learn is that the loggers and resource managers in town as taxpayers have just as much right to be stakeholders on the future of that land as anybody else. Reduce the more than 23 committees in town to just the China Community Committee and have everyone on the same page.

Tim Basham


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