What Southeast Alaska Residents ACTUALLY Think About the "Roadless Rule" - P.O.W. Report

Monday, August 6, 2018

What Southeast Alaska Residents ACTUALLY Think About the "Roadless Rule"

This is a response to Alaska Public Media's article titled: Southeast Alaska residents react to Roadless Rule announcement. And it's not so much my response, as the following are comments from the Facebook post that I shared. Not to toot POW Report's astute and well-informed readership (and I will), their discussions were much more insightful than Alaska Public's interviews. (BTW if the editors of APM are reading, why not shoot me an email if you are looking to write news on POW and I can write something up for you and save you money...wink, wink)

On Thursday, the U.S. Forest Service said it was taking steps with the state to allow new roads to be built in the Tongass National Forest. It’s been a decades-long battle, and people have expressed mixed feelings about the announcement.

So, I want to commend you, Dear Reader, for a hearty-discussion. As is often the case, after sitting down and having a discussion, we agree on a lot more than we disagree....AND we can all agree that the "Government" is out of touch with the people whom are actually impacted by their rules and laws....

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