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The law is the law. Public access is open to the public and that road is not “his driveway.”


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Climate is different than weather. You probably can’t predict your exact bank account or credit card balance at any specific moment, but you know what ranges it will generally fall within. Sometimes things out of your control will make it spike or drop suddenly. It’s not a perfect analogy…

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DualWield commented on County takes Flying Heart to court

The Greenhorn subdivision has also removed all the public access signs (required by their 1980 plat), placed no parking signs along the side roads, and threatened to tow people who parked there. I’m glad the County is taking this stance towards protecting public access and I hope they kee…

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All of the commenters on here going on and on about how abolishing the Electoral College would deprive small states of their votes... while not realizing that California has the most registered Republicans of any state in the nation (by number) and their votes count for naught. The electi…

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Warren Miller charged ski bums a nickel to camp on the floor of his Lewis Street warehouse... and even lived in a tiny teardrop trailer with another guy for a season. Alternative housing has ALWAYS been a part of Ketchum.


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I go to DC regularly. 20 minutes north of the beltway is miles and miles of corn and orchards. Not that you need to be smack in the middle of a corn field to do research, nor does being in the middle of a corn field in Kansas mean you’re able to research corn fields in California or orang…

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DualWield commented on Earth to Ketchum

The valley spends so much money on contracted services that accomplish nothing. SVED is the perfect example. I think a critical look at things is more important than fostering good ol boy networks.


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Efforts to restrict public access are happening over in Greenhorn as well. Join the fight!



https://www.change.org/p/blaine-county-commission-keep-imperial-gulch-road-public


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13 units to the acre is not “high-density.” This concept is called “cottage homes” and they’re really low impact.


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Other than the name, this seems like a good idea.