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10/13/2011 1:09:00 PM
Letter: Mr. Henry did his homework


Concerning the letter from Mr. Tom Henry in your Wednesday 10/12 edition, I would like to thank Mr. Henry for a great letter that said it very well.  

He obviously has done his homework, and as a very long time resident of this valley, he obviously knows the truth.

Pat Westcott


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Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, October 15, 2011
Article comment by: Floyd White

this was the good old days when cottonwood az was cottonwood look at it now it looks like Phx az you cant have no cattle to graze nowhere what you a'll talking abt Tom knows where its at I"ve known him from kid way back I maybe 1,000 miles away still I know what you all are saying even when ole Pat Patterson was still around my goodness!!!!!!!

Posted: Saturday, October 15, 2011
Article comment by: Frank Henry

Tom Henry brings insight to solving the big
economic problems we have locally as well as

Lets all keep pushing for pragmatic economic
growth along with pragmatic needed regs from
gov (fed, state, local).

Posted: Friday, October 14, 2011
Article comment by: Totally Agree

I totally agree with this, and also thank Mr. Henry for taking the time to write.

No doubt most of us would agree that our public lands should be managed by the best possible science and policy, not by opinions from special interest groups.

We understand and respect the needs of ranchers and loggers. There is an important role for them on our public lands, but there must be a reasonable balance.

Whatever is done, we want it done transparently and out in the open, not by back room deals.

We want our public land to be managed by the best possible science, and in a way that protects the land and all of God's creatures now and for future generations.

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