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OMG - There is NO amount of money in the world that could pay these people back for spending time in prison for a crime they did not commit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As for buring our fields: Our rural community grows hay for feed. We burn them to allow the water to flow freely. We need to feed our cows & horses. Why do people move here and then want to change things. We live in the country not in the big city where it’s all cement and asphalt. People buy a new home here and ehat do they do but build a 6 foot high fence blocking their beautiful views, I don’t understand that one, except thats what they were used to before they moved here. Lets change the monument to a Nat’l park and bring with it lots more cars and pollution. The people who want that are business owners who hope to make more money.



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