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Last login: Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Cindi Morris and some of the other residents who live near the farm are preaching patience but that is not true. I happen to live on Ryan Drive and I saw an email that went out yesterday instigating and encouraging other residents to show up at the County Board of Supervisors Meeting in "hoards" is what the email said. Another email claimed that the farmer was trying to "crush" the residents. I listened to both parties here and I did not hear that the farmer or the farm was unwilling to try and correct the problem. I also called the high school myself and the Principal there said, there were no cancellations of practices that she knew about. I think that eye gnats are bothersome and yes the farmer needs to be accountable, responsible and take care of the problem within a reasonable amount of time but I also think that if the farmers and the researchers believe that with sufficient time they can control the problem and get the problem down with a 99% success rate, why not give them the chance? Rome was not built in day. I don't like to be mislead Mrs. Morris so please be honest and upfront about your intentions if you are going to go public with your fight. Citizens are smarter than you might think. We need to find an amicable solution to a pesky pest.
November 8, 2011 at 2:59 p.m.
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