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sad and tragic for all involved. you do realize you're calling the victim a liar though. They must have had enough evidence to hold him on $100,000 bail and they don't usually do that unless there is significant evidence. The fact that he died before there was any trial just leaves the victim without answers and unable to confront their attacker. Really sad all around.
my honey is a good loyal worker
Congratulations making the front page Honey
really mature response shadowjade.
shadowjade-pretty inconsiderate statement to make since my husband was born and raised here and lived here his whole life and DOES NOT agree with the project. For one , traffic being a major concern , about 3,000 to 5,000 cars during any given day in summer. or the fact that they have no plumbing and would need an abundance of porta potties. imagine that smell. now try to imagine its on your street or down off a street you live on and you had no say about it . My guess is you wouldn't like it either. try to be a little more considerate of the citizens that will have to deal with this project in their faces all summer/spring long.
Furthermore to suggest that someone "just move deeper in the woods" is not only inconsiderate but immature. how would you like it if something was being done that you didn't agree with and someone told you just to move?. Also, what is a Nimby anyway? you use words that nobody understands but you. how is putting others down going to make your point?
Taylor envisions DeeTour providing a relaxing place for guests to take in the dulcet strains of musical acts in the vein of James Taylor and Mumford and Sons — “No Megadeth or Metallica,” Taylor said — while looking at the glaciers of Mount Hood or listening to the East Fork babble, all while sitting on a grassy lawn surrounded by the walls of what Taylor described as a “natural amphitheater.” = Woodstock
sorry this description just screams woodstock
and we all know what happened there.
what about something quiet like a winery or something. not that I'm opposing growth I just don't want the traffic jams in the summer along where I drive home.
I do not live in Dee. I live off Dee hwy which is why I just don't want the traffic. As far as "thinking about my home purchase". that is none of your business but since you insinuated i didnt think about my selection I will tell you that we live in USDA land and my husband is a life long resident who was born and raised in hood river. we have plenty of land and quiet pine trees. Not some loud , traffic causing amphitheater arena.
if you want to have a voice and be heard you have til feb 3rd to protest. the email address to protest is firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
the planning dept email address that eric walker was returned so the actual planning dept email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
the commissioners admin address is
please help me in voicing your opinion
we have rights
where does it say it will bring jobs? and excuse me if you lived near there you would be saying the same thing. You don't live near there and I'm sure Im not the only one who feels this way. think of the traffic and the noise it will bring. I live in the area because of the natural peace and tranquility and I don't want that ruined for a modern day woodstock.
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