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Ever since reading the trail closure notice, I have had a recurring comedic image of a bunch of whack-jobs sporting TRUMP flags in a so-called "Freedom Convoy" showing up at the trail head in the Village, stomping their feet and demanding their imagined "right" to use the trails. 😂

Curtir

This decisive action by Acting Mayor Jamie Cunliffe and council is greatly appreciated. Restricting parking to village residents should go a long way to making the closure of the hiking trails enforceable.

Curtir

Norm B
Norm B
25 de ago. de 2023

The last thing we want is for our homes to be uninsurable because of wildfire threats. This is already happening in the interior, so I would argue it’s prudent we keep managing the risks and show leadership on the issue; despite the obvious populist backlash.

Curtir

Thank you for taking this extremely necessary step at this crucial time we all find ourselves in.

Curtir

Norma Rodgers
Norma Rodgers
25 de ago. de 2023

I am relieved because the forest is very dry and I have seen some irresponsible smoking behaviour. It is a shame that our watershed is closed to nature loving responsible hikers, but a fire would devastate our village.

Curtir
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