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She Flies commented on Questions cloud push for more solar

I appreciate the commissioners looking for a better financial balance on this project and taking the time to develop that. We are an end use customer for IP and developing a local solar array could be as beneficial (and more cost effective) to IP and to our local needs as the hugely expen…

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This looks like a refreshing bit of genius on the part of the developers to me. Although the system may be new to Idaho, it's been used in a wide variety of areas across the world. It's a tried and true system but the wisdom of its simplicity is usually a rarity amongst short view develop…

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She Flies commented on Proposed wildfire law won’t work

Thank you for that concise look at the relative impacts of various elements when talking about the wildfires of "today". I had been unaware of the stats on Paradise's local fuel reductions or the impact of improved building codes on structure survival. I hope our local governments take th…

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I agree! A redundant line solves only one problem (while creating several others) while an independent, end of user system here at the end need location would boost our resiliency in so many situations while boosting our economy. Let's do it!


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She Flies commented on Go plastic-free

I think recycling plastic is a much better solution than letting it litter the roadside, lie dormant in a plastic line landfill, or sink in the rivers and oceans but I get your point that it makes more sense for me to just quit buying some of the plastic stuff I don't need or want. No rea…

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I completely agree. At least there should be a pole with a press button light on that side of the road so you could activate the crossing light when traveling that way. I end up never using the bike lane for that reason.


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I like it! Change is growth and all that but I would do a lot more than cut my use of fossil fuels to guarantee a secure future on this planet. I hope to use my car for only long distance driving this summer and not use plastic trash liners at all. It's a start.


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What did all you old curmudgeons do before plastic bags became the only way to live in the 70s? I'm sure there's some simple and time tested answers to your concerns.