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    Angry Sonoran National Monument

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    Re: Sonoran National Monument

    Developer purchased the land and then got Goodyear to anex all the way down to 238. they promised a new school in Mobile and now dont have the money for it. there is a Goodyear fire station at 99th ave and 238 that the developer is paying all of the expenses for. I get to spend 3 months down there at the fire station starting in January. right now its a 4 mile drive to work and when we rotate down there it is a 40 mile drive to work.

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    Re: Sonoran National Monument

    Quote Originally Posted by BushDawg View Post
    Damn liars !
    I agree!

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    Only possibel good news I can get out of all this that with the House market tanking faster than the Titanic, large developments like this are going ot be up a creek. I dont see it happening for a long, long time. (Years)

    Were still screwed but I hope some one is loseing their ***** in the deal.
    "Evil will flourish when good men do nothing."


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    Norm, when are you gonna run for office? As I posted on another thread, I have
    been trying to eliminate the BS and find out what the real intentions are for this
    area.{never trust a politician to give you a straight answer!!!] I was even told by
    some wannabee bad ***** to mind my own business! Since you know me, you are
    aware that that sort of answer was hazardous to his health. Stay in touch and
    you know you got my vote no matter what office you run for!

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    Re: Sonoran National Monument

    Back in Texas, just between Dallas and Ft Worth was an area called 360. The Trinty River ran thru this and it was prone to flooding so no building was done there.

    This area is split down the middle by a road (360). Since the land was mostly useless they took the land on the west side and after spending $MILLIONS built a city golf course...which flooded when it rained hard.

    The land to the east was steep, rocky and made for a great wheeling area going back at LEAST to my college days in the 60's. Who knows how long it was wheeled before that.

    After the golf course was built the city put east 360 off limits to OHV use: Note this area was used by bikes, quads, horses, Jeeps etc etc etc. So we approached the city and asked if they would allow OHV there and there was NOT a $$ requirement of any kind. The Answer was a resounding NO and HELL NO!

    Golf course costing $$$MILLIONS OK OHV area costing nothing bad.
    Don

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